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Florida police officer arrested for pretending to be a girl in order to meet teenage boys

By Mason White 8:10 AM March 28, 2014
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By: Hydar Tomar
(Scroll down for video) A police officer is accused of having sexual explicit conversations with teen boys after pretending to be a girl.

Michael Gerard Stavris, 30, of Palm Coast, Florida, was accused of stealing a girl’s identity so he can get boys to send him nude photos.

The Bunnell Police Department has arrested the officer after his former girlfriend’s 16-year-old daughter told police that Stavris opened a Facebook account in her name and was using her identity to communicate with teenage boys.

The officer was also employed as a school security guard in Jacksonville, and apparently has a thing for teenage boys.

On his fake Facebook page, Stavris allegedly had at least
30 students from various schools in the area, most of them were under 18 years old.

Stavris’ future mother-in-law, Sherry Blevins, was quick to point out that these allegations are nothing but a way for his former girlfriend to get back at him and to ruin his life after he would not take her back.

Stavris was charged with two counts of computer pornography and one count of criminal use of personal identification information.

He was released from the Flagler County Jail after posting $125,000 bond.