Skip to comments.Police Say Alleged Phedophile Abucted Boy So He Could Sniff His Shoes
Posted on 03/22/2012 8:10:02 PM PDT by Morgana
Beckley , West Virginia
A Raleigh County man is in jail for the alleged abduction of a nine year old boy.
Beckley Police say Christopher Jarrett of Crab Orchard allegedly lured the boy into an empty exam room at a local medical facility over the weekend. Once there, police say he removed the child's shoes and tried to restrain the boy. The boy then screamed and Jarrett let him go.
Police believe there are other victims.
They say Jarrett would lure young boys into restrooms at local businesses sniff their shoes or socks and become sexually aroused.
Someone should put their shoed foot up his arse and let him smell that.
Florsheim or Buster Brown? I mean for real how sick can one dude get? (although I should not ask, Kinsey wrote the book on just how sick)
Tonight it's going to be a real big Shoe!
freaks like that should be locked up somewhere or sent to antarctica
I would not be averse to neutering the guy AND also taking his nose off.
Anyone who wants to smell my basketball shoes after a workout should be prepared to die.
He should enjoy prison. Lots of stinky feet there.
The Pedophile sniffs Pedipeds? Sick
Couldn’t he just get a job at Goodwill or something? I’m sure they get plenty of smelly shoes that he could sniff, and then he could sanitize them, put them on the shelf, and actually make something constructive out of his insanity.
Thanks for the invaluable helpful suggestion for the rest of us. Ya think Salvation Army would be as good?
We would not have to worry about him had he stuck his nose in my son’s shoe when he was in the fifth grade. He’d be dead.
Might be better, you could get a spiffy uniform that totally says “I’m not a deviant”.
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