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Police looking for stolen property find man in bed with 14-year-old girl

By Mason White 6:38 PM August 8, 2013
Craig Good  

By: Ryan Lee Hall
A man who is accused of robbery is in whole lot of trouble after police found him in bed with an underage girl.

The incident happened on the day of the man’s birthday.

Craig Good, 29, of Massachusetts, was accused of a series of robberies. Officers were at his house with a search warrant looking for the stolen property. After his mother opened the door for the officers, they headed to Good’s bedroom where they found him in bed with the teenager.

When officers walked into the room, Good and the teen quickly got dressed, according to officers. When questioned by police, the girl initially told them she was 16, the age of consent in Massachusetts, but later she revealed she was only 14-years-old.
Police notified the girl’s mother and sent her to a local hospital for an exam and to “collect evidence.”

This is not the first time Good was caught with an underage girl. Good is a registered sex offender. He met his latest teenage girl online a few weeks ago, and they had sex several times, authorities said.

Good pleaded not guilty at his arraignment to charges of rape, child abuse and possession of stolen property with a value of over $250 according to the district attorney’s office.

A judge ordered Good to be held without bail for 60 days. After that, bail will be set at $250,000 and Good will be placed under house arrest with a GPS monitoring device. He is not be allowed to use the internet, he has to stay away from the victim, and is not allowed to have unsupervised contact with children under 16-years-old.

Good reportedly served two and a half years in prison after he was caught by police during a sex sting. An officer posed online as a 13-year-old girl, and Good believed that she was a young girl.

The two had a graphic chat and then agreed to meet at a coffee shop where Good was arrested.
He was registered as a Level 3 sex offender indicating that he is “most likely to reoffend.”