Talking about explicit
"There is no evidence you have ever touched a child," the judge told Kelly Farley, the man convicted of chatting online with an undercover Clayton County Police Department detective for seven months, talking about explicit, lewd things he wanted to do to a 10-year-old girl. He was arrested at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, after he flew in from McKinney, Texas, where he was the vice president of a payroll and tax management company.
At the time of the arrest, according to Detective Joanne Southerland, he had files of child pornography on his laptop computer and printed directions to meet the fictitious mother and child, "Steph" and "Sydney."
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Man sentenced for intended child molestation