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Dark Justice Cramlington Driver hands himself into police after grooming a child online

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police have launched an investigation after a Bus Driver from Cramlington handed himself into Northumbria Polie after he was chatting to what he believed was a 13-year-old school girl on a popular chat site.

The Bus driver who cannot be named was aged 22 and from Cramlington be began asking the 13 year old sexual questions.

He soon requested a webcam chat and began masturbating on camera to what he believe and was a school girl.

He then wanted indecent images of the school girl before moving his conversation to a mobile chat app.

He further requested indecent images. Dark Justice declined the request to send any indecent images he concluded with “okay bye” before blocking the account.

Dark Justice then confronted the man on the phone and told him what he had done and that he must hand himself into the police.

He then went to Newcastle City Centre police station and handed himself in.

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