Mon, Mar 11, 2013
Starting in January of this year, Segue met the 15-year-old through his Facebook account “J’s Cakes N More”, where he aledgedly runs an online bakery. Police believe that Segue uses the bakery as a way to lure teenage children. After several online conversations, Segue arranged to meet the 15-year-old female. At some point, the two began having sexual relations.
The 15-year-old’s mother intercepted some of the messages between her daughter and Segue. She immediately contacted Slidell Police. All communication was severed between Segue and the 15-year-old, at which point, Segue began to stalk the victim. Segue started waiting outside of her school, and would watch her leave on the school bus; then he would repeatedly drive in front of her residence in hopes of seeing her. On Thursday, Slidell Police caught Segue in front of the victim’s residence and placed him under arrest.
Segue is now in the St. Tammany Parish Jail with a $175,000 bond.
Chief Smith says, “Unfortunately, we have child predators that take advantage and prey on the young minds of our children. I encourage all parents to monitor their children’s social media accounts and their text messages. We will continue to educate parents and children about the dangers of social media in hopes of preventing future crimes like this.”
Slidell Police fear that there may be more victims and ask parents to check their children’s Facebook account for a friend by the name of “J’s Cakes N More”. If you think Segue has contacted your child, please contact Detective Brian Brown at 985-646-4362 or email@example.com.
Segue’s arrest comes less than a week after Slidell Police arrested 38-year-old Michael Fauver, who was trying to solicit, what he thought to be, a 14-year-old girl through Facebook.