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NASHUA, N.H. - A Sandwich police officer assigned to work with the town's schoolchildren has been ordered to stay away from kids and the Internet after being arraigned in an Internet child sex sting in New Hampshire.

Forty-three-year-old Michael Caico is charged with using the Internet last winter to try to seduce a Hollis police officer who was posing online as a 14-year-old girl into sex and phone sex.

Caico's lawyer appeared on his behalf in Hillsborough County Superior Court today.

The officer has been suspended from his police job and as a condition of his bail, he can have no contact with children under age 17 and cannot use the Internet.
 

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u gotta b kidding me! i hate these articles that tarnish the badge, LE is a job of honor and respect this is disgraceful and embarrassing.
 

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Beautiful.....

Stories like this make me really think about the investigational techniques departments use when hiring. Just because you score high doesn't mean you're fit to do the job....Maybe this shit head can use the same "stresses of the job" excuse the Peabody cop used in regards to beating his mother into a coma... :evil:
 

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You'd be surprised how many Law Enforcement "professionals" get clinked for this sort of thing, I attended some training seminars that Det. Jim McLaughlin from Keene NH has taught. He does these investigations full time, and among the long list of those he's gotten put in jail are police officers, firefighters, and one police Captain from Virginia, who was doing it in his office. Pretty sick stuff.
 

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Well.................

He didn't touch any 14 year old girls(that we know of)...................He was just thinking about it. Looks like we need some funding for the "pre-cogs" now huh?
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