David Anthony Faboo
This is 37-year-old David Anthony Faboo.
David Faboo, whose MySpace page can be found here, is what you might end up with when you start to meet people off the Internet.
Perhaps instead of the worthlessness of the “No Child Left Behind” act, a federal program design designed to hammer some sense into teenagers about meeting people off the Internet would be a better way to spend our tax dollars.
After meeting with a 16-year-old girl with “diminished mental capacities” on MySpace, and after chatting with her for a while in Yahoo chat rooms, David Faboo drove about nine hours to meet her – driving from his house in Hillsboro, Oregon to the girl’s house in Wheatland, California.
While this girl entered David Faboo’s white 2000 Dodge R15 pickup voluntarily, once she got a good look at Sasquatch here, she realized that maybe she was in over her head.
Sometimes people lie about their appearance on the Internet. Imagine that.
Further conversation with David Faboo led the girl to believe that maybe, just maybe, she was gonna get raped.
In a remarkably clever move for a developmentally challenged girl, David Faboo’s new girlfriend started to text her friends, telling them what had happened, that she wanted to come home and that David Faboo didn’t seem to want to take her home.
The girl’s father had noticed that she was missing a few hours earlier – at about 7:30 in the morning on the 24th of September, and had called the police. The father let the cops know that his girl might try to contact one particular male friend of hers, which, of course, she had. Once the police contacted this male friend and saw the messages that she had been sending out, they worked with the phone company to get David Faboo’s location nailed down.
After alerting Oregon police as to what they were looking for, at about half-past noon some highway patrolmen saw David Faboo driving his pickup with the girl in the seat next to him. They stopped him and were able to get him in handcuffs and the girl back in the custody of people who aren’t out to kidnap and rape her.
They were 300 miles from the girl’s home.
David Faboo was charged with kidnapping with intent to rape and custodial interference. Because David crossed state lines, the FBI got involved and this may turn out to be a nice federal crime.
David Faboo’s mother has gone to the press and explained that David is really a nice person who doesn’t like younger women in a sexual way, he just wants to be helpful:
He’s a good Samaritan and he will help anybody who he feels need help. And if he got the feeling that she needed help, I’m afraid he would be there to help her.
Yes. Of course. Thank you for that input, Mrs. Psychomom.
Does David Anthony Faboo deserve Hell?
- Yes (67%, 194 Votes)
- No (33%, 95 Votes)
Total Voters: 289
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