Officer poses as minor, man arrested when trying to meet 'her'
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) —
Never underestimate the power of the law.
Jordan Walker was found guilty of traveling to meet a minor to engage in sexual conduct and unlawful use of two-way communications devices after an undercover officer posed as a 12-year-old girl on social media.
According to the report, Walker contacted the "12-year-old" using KIK, a social media app.
Within the first few texts the officer posing as a young girl revealed he was an underage female, according to the report.
Despite knowing "her" age, Walker continued to press a sexual relationship with her, stating he wanted to meet up with her and engage in the acts, the report says.
Revealed in the report, the "girl" kept telling Walker that she was inexperienced, so he offered to teach her.
The report states that once they agreed on a location, he went to the home to engage in sexual acts, however upon arrival was arrested by police.
Walker is facing up to 20 years in the Department of Corrections and will be required to register as a sexual offender for life.