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I just got a call my DD who has been seeing this guy for a couple of weeks. She went on-line to find out more about him. She knew where he was from and "his name". She couldn't find him so she started looking thru the LAPD website and FOUND HIM ON THE MOST WANTED LIST!!! Accessory to a murder 10-11 yrs ago.

She called him at work and started asking questions and he said he would talk to her when he got home from work tonite! OMG...

At first I started laughing at her, cuz it could only happen to her!!! I said people do change. Then I started thinking and now kinda scared. Even tho she said he is the nicest person in the world mom and he loves Jordan and really likes me. Ok, I said...has he ever been tried for his crime, no.

She said, leave it alone mom and I said I would for now, but you call me tonite and let me know what he says. Now I'm afraid if she tries to break it off, something might happen to her and Jordan so he can't be found.

YIKES, I'm driving myself crazy!!!

Hubby said to call the cobs...I said no, not yet. I know, I know...
 

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omfg.. wtf? She's your daughter and dating a guy on the wanted list? Call the cops! What the hell?
 

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She had better call the cops. He might bail.
 

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I'd be hiding my daughter in a closet until doomsday!
And grilling her about when and where she suddenly lost her ever-lovin mind!
 

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I have to agree with the others. If he's on a "most wanted" list, I'd call the cops. It's not worth the chance IMO. If he's innocent, or changed, let him clear his name legally.
 

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Call the smurfin' cops. He's an accessory to murder. He could do it again with your daughter. Are you actually willing to possibly put your daughter in danger over this guy? Think of her safety and call the cops.
 

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So she found out that the name he gave her wasn't his real name right? If she knows he's lied to her... why in the world would she wait to call the cops? Why in the world would she meet him alone?
 

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Yeah, I'd call the cops, not call him and say let's discuss when I get home. I wouldn't be laughing. And I wouldn't be happy if my daughter was introducing someone she dated for only a couple weeks to my grandchild.
 

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She let him know what she had found out? Seriously? She might as well have put a sign on her back that says kill me and stuff me in the trunk of your car. There is no reasonable explanation for running from the cops for 10 years.

The two of you should contact the police and she should not be alone or anywhere near him without police presence.
 

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Call the police. It's happened too many times in situations like these that the accused person kills the person in your daughter's place in order to avoid prosecution.

If she didn't turn him, she'd likely be guilty of helping him avoid prosecution.

You need to protect her and your grandchild.

 

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She might be entitled to a reward...
 

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HOLY SMURF.
He's on the Most Wanted list for a reason. You could always put in an anonymous call.....but DO IT!!

Not to mention the fact that she felt the need to look him up online, she must have had some kind of bad inkling about him....
 

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This isn't like dodging traffic tickets. I would take this very seriously and contact the police. I'd also get my daughter and grandchild somewhere safe until you know for sure what is going on.
 

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I went to the website

Most Wanted

The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for your assistance in locating the following outstanding criminal suspects. All suspects are to be considered armed and dangerous. If you have seen any of these individuals, please contact your local police station immediately. Do not attempt to apprehend or detain any of these individuals by yourself.
[emphasis added]

http://www.lapdonline.org/most_wanted

please call
 

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Golfgirlrobin gave you VERY IMPORTANT advice that your daughter should never be alone with him; from now on, she needs to have police protection at any meeting -- and best that there not be any future meetings.


 

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I can't believe she even gave him a heads up at work. She can't be that desperate to think that...he's so good to us BS.:eek: Call the FBI/cops
I would be looking up the case he is wanted for and get a little background off that.
If he bails in the meantime, I would tend to be a little paranoid.
 
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