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Bremerton, WA - Allen Wallace, 19, was arrested by Bremerton Police for having sexual contact with a 13-year-old autistic boy he admitted to meeting on Facebook.

The 13-year-old told family members that the two had sexual contact in the girl’s bathroom at local park, prompting the boy’s parent to call police.

According to court documents, Wallace reportedly told investigators that the two met over Facebook through a mutual friend, that the 13-year-old had called him and that the two decided to meet.  They reportedly met at a local high school and walked to Evergreen-Rotary Park where the incident occurred.

Wallace told officers that he knew what happened was wrong ‘because of the age difference.’  Wallace was charged in Kitsap County District Court with second-degree rape of a child.  He was held on $250,000 bail.

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  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the age difference is what was wrong about what he did……..good excuse.  blah!

  • Anonymous

    I’m surprised they met over Facebook.  This guy looks more likely to have been at a Star Trek convention…

  • Hekate

    this guy is lucky the parent called the police cuz my second reaction would have been getting on facebook and and arranging another meeting w the scumbag… a surprise party

  • Anonymous

    Surprise blanket party I am assuming…

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennyhackett Kenny Hackett

    Letting a 13 year-old autistic kid on Facebook has butt rape written all over it unfortunately.

  • Anonymous

    And why might that be? How many children (and adults) WITHOUT disabilities does this happen to? A hell of a lot. 

  • Anonymous

    Why the women’s restroom? If I walked in & saw that I probably wouldn’t even SEE the age difference because I’d be so freaked out that individuals were even having sex in there. I would call the police….but still, why the womens restroom??

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    prolly cause hes well known in the mensroom..

  • http://www.facebook.com/jamesballard73 James Ballard

    Wait, whats wrong with Star Trek conventions? I am a trekkie and love those conventions.

  • Anonymous

    Oh no the trekkies are gonna get me.  Don’t curse at me in Klingon- I’ll be good.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    we will beam right over//

  • Anonymous

    Live long and prosper.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennyhackett Kenny Hackett

    The same reason an autistic kid is more likely to get hurt on a skate board, just cause kids without autism still get hurt on skate boards doesn’t make the kid with autism’s risk factor lower. It isn’t called a disability cause it’s fair.  Be mad at autism and child molesters not me. 

  • Anonymous

    It happens to quite a few, you are right about that.  But an autistic child IS more vulnerable due to the nature of the disability, and misunderstanding social cues.

  • Anonymous

    Where were the 13 year olds parents when their son was cruising Facebook. The parents with a disabled child are almost as at fault as the pedo.

  • Anonymous

    Agreed.

  • Anonymous

    He’ll have all he wants at the Grabar Motel.

  • http://www.facebook.com/JellyBellyMomma Kimberly Hanselman

    Exactly. My son is Autistic and I would never allow him to have a social networking account without monitoring it very closely. And he wouldn’t be going to a park without me being there, either. 

  • Anonymous

    Surprise modderfucker! Now I’m gonna do what you did to my son & don’t mind the bat, it’s smoother than ANYTHING ELSE THAT MIGHT GO UP YOUR ASS.

  • Anonymous

    See this is where a little bit of that Arab/Muslim/Al Qaeda rules would be good:You steal something (like a jet ski), you die.

    You rape a kid, you get your dick cut or vag. shut in cold blood no numbing/pain relieving agent, AND THEN YOU DIE!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    you could arrange him a session with that horse ass raper

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    ;let the punishment fit the crime!! moar deaths !! yay!!, Sentance them to the State of florida and put cameras everywhere

  • Anonymous

    I am amazed and grateful that he even told his parents. Really upset about this story.

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    LOL

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennyhackett Kenny Hackett

    Everyone knows the ladies room always has tp in it.

  • FrikkenFrak

    Kenny, how familiar are you with Autism?  I know it up close and personal. 

    These kids level of disability varies so wildly it’s really, really unfair to make that blanket statement.  And, actually, frequently kids with Autism (and it’s peripheral disorders) are very gifted with computers.  (I could go into the explanation of why but it’s kind of lengthy).  They also find communicating via computers easier and less stressful than face to face communication.  That’s because Autism Spectrum Disorders, in essence, effect face-to-face social skills and verbal communication. 

    I have a 19 year old son with AS which is on the Autism Spectrum and worked with Autistic kids in the past.  I can tell you, with 100% certainty, that allowing a 13 year old Autistic child on the computer is no different than putting any other kid on a computer.  You have to be a guardian and watch what they do.

  • FrikkenFrak

    Autism isn’t a physical disability.

  • FrikkenFrak

    I love the fact that you know something about Autism!  Most people don’t.  : )

    Actually, the social cues they miss are, for the most part, the physical ones…facial expression, inflection in voice, body language.   Which is exactly why these kiddos like computers!  But like I said, disability or no disability, parents have to be vigilant of what their kids are doing on line!  There are creeps everywhere!

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    Thank you.  My daughter is autistic, and everything you’ve said is true–she’s very gifted at using the computer, too.

  • Anonymous

    I actually have worked with individuals who had autism- but they were severely affected.  I only had one experience with autism spectrum disorder (Asperger’s) and he also was very affected.  He missed social cues, inflection, colloquialisms (sp?), idioms, and was a very literal boy.  He did not know when people were joking and took everything very seriously.  He liked order and neatness and loved to clean in a methodical way.

  • Anonymous

    @FrikkenFrak:disqus and EVIL- what are your feelings on ABA (applied behavior analysis)?  I found it somewhat harsh and archaic, but I would like to know how a family member feels about it. Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennyhackett Kenny Hackett

    I know it’s not a physical disability, but it is still a disability and it still has higher risk factors that predators can take advantage of.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennyhackett Kenny Hackett

    I actually work with autistic Kids (I work in dentistry, and every 6 weeks I donate a day to a clinic for kids with disabilities, most of which are developmentally disabled with disorders such as autism and my practice get a high number of referrals of special needs patients because of our well know ability to treat these kids without using restraints (most practices use an archaic device called a papoose)), and my cousin is autistic. I think if you let autistic kid at the age of 13 have unsupervised access to a site like Facebook that is begging for trouble.  Period.  As someone that has raised an autistic child have you not wondered how in the flying monkey fuck this kid had the opportunity to make an online connection and actually meet up with this pedo with out a guardian being able to intercept any of this?  I’d love to sit here and say autistic kids should be given all the same unfiltered access to things other kids get, but would that be to make me and society feel better about Autism while we should be protecting these kids?

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennyhackett Kenny Hackett

    I would like to clarify, I never said letting autistic kids use a computer was a bad idea.  Letting a 13 year old on FACEBOOK is all ready a risky idea, and adding the additional factors of Autism makes it even riskier.  If you decide that is in your child’s best interest, I would think a high level of security would be in order, that’s it.   I’m not making a call for autistic children to be locked away from society here. I am just pointing out, that at thirteen this kid was given enough unsupervised Facebook time to establish a personal relationship with a stranger that culminated in that stranger convincing him to meet him in real life and at that time he sexually abused him.  It is more than a little likely that he took advantage of the child’s disability in the process.  

  • Anonymous

    Personally I don’t know why anyone goes on facebook, it sucks. But I think
    ALL kids should be monitored on it.

  • Anonymous

    More booths than the men’s?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_E3AFGOSH4TMAKK77W3DT4J74NU Shelly

    I know him, that is so unlike him. i just found out today we were friends in high school and saw the movie the Rite in feb for my birthday omg idk what to say now

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rochell-Arnold/100000587657456 Rochell Arnold

    I disagree, my son is 10 and high functioning autistic BECAUSE I know his lack of understanding how shitty the real world is I watch everything he does on the net like a hawk. Maybe I am a helicopter mom (or whatever derogatory term for sheltering kids is nowadays) but I always know where he is. I do give him freedoms and teach him independence too….just I only give him enough rope to hang himself with so he knows how cruel the world can be without actually being hurt. If you are a parent of a special needs child then yes you should watch them closer.