View Full Version : Child Molester Robert David Gray, 48, Arrested Again
October 30th, 2010, 07:08 PM
Man with vampire fangs arrested in Mesa as part of sex offender sweep
A man who believes himself to be a vampire was arrested Thursday in Mesa as part of statewide sweep of unregistered sex offenders before Halloween.
Robert David Gray, 48, was arrested as he was walking near 67th and Main streets for violating lifetime probation and failing to register as a sex offender. He was convicted of sexual conduct with a minor for molesting his girlfriend's young daughter, but he stopped reporting to his probation officer in August. Before then, Gray -- who has permanent dental implants resembling fangs -- was known to drive a hearse and sleep in a coffin as part of his vampire persona.
Pict with his fangs at link
October 30th, 2010, 11:19 PM
Driving a hearse... So what.
Fangs... So what.
Where did he find a coffin large enough to fit that huge head.
Asshole gives us freaks a bad name.
October 30th, 2010, 11:35 PM
This guy is disgusting! It was reported that during the interview with his daughter she confessed to detectives "daddy makes snot come out of his pee pee, and tentacles" U MOTHERFORKER WAIT TILL BUBBA GET AHOLD OF U!
October 31st, 2010, 06:00 AM
The vampire/goth subculture is annoying enough in emo teenagers; this guy is just way too old for such foolishness. What does he think he is, 14 or something? Grow up and get a job, asswipe; you look like a fool.
Ah, never mind; I forgot, he's a child molester...his fangs aren't all he wanted to sink in a kid.
October 31st, 2010, 10:09 AM
"daddy makes snot come out of his pee pee, and tentacles"
normally i would LOL at her innocent error...this just shows how very young she is...sick sick sick!
March 27th, 2012, 04:53 AM
This was back in 09 when his lawyer appealed for a reversal which was denied. Long story short, he was on lifetime probation when he committed the second crime/s as the title shows, but they deemed him not suitable for rehabilitation.
Defendant was charged by indictment with one count of
sexual conduct with a minor, a class two felony and dangerous
crime against children, in violation of Arizona Revised Statutes
(A.R.S.) section 13-1405(A) (Supp. 2008). Defendant pled guilty
to attempted sexual conduct with a minor, a class three felony
and dangerous crime against children in the second degree. On
December 6, 2001, the trial court suspended sentencing and
placed defendant on lifetime probation with a one-year term of
incarceration in county jail as a condition of probation.
¶5 On July 16, 2009, defendant's probation officer filed
a petition to revoke probation alleging defendant violated his
probation by failing to: (1) maintain employment; (2)
participate and cooperate in counseling, programs of assistance,
sex offender treatment; and (3) actively participate and remain
in sex offender treatment at Family Transition.
¶6 At the witness violation hearing, defendant's
probation officer testified she reviewed the terms of probation
with defendant. She informed defendant that he was to maintain
full-time employment or apply for five to seven jobs per day and
keep a log of where he applied. The probation officer and
defendant's surveillance officer both testified that defendant
was not employed except for a remodeling job that he worked five
hours a week. They also testified that defendant never
presented a log of jobs he applied for.
¶7 Defendant's probation officer also testified that
defendant was discharged from Family Transitions for failure to
participate. She also stated that he was thereafter referred to
Psychological and Consulting Services (PCS). However, he was
not accepted into PCS's program because he was found not to be
amenable for treatment.
¶8 After the hearing, the trial court found defendant had
violated his probation and reinstated defendant on lifetime
probation. The trial court also placed defendant on house
arrest until seen by his adult probation officer.
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