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Technology reportedly aided woman posing as boy
LEBANON — Text messages and websites created by the 31-year-old woman accused of pretending to be a boy to develop sexual relationships with teenage girls are among the evidence that prosecutors are prepared to present at her trial in Warren County Juvenile Court.
Patricia J. Dye, also known as Matthew Abrams, is scheduled to stand trial Wednesday in the Lebanon court.
Dye, 31, of Franklin, is charged with contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a child, sexual imposition and attempted sexual imposition of a Springboro girl she allegedly lured by tricking her and her guardians into believing she was a boy.
Parents of other alleged victims also say Dye posed as other boys to get close to their daughters.
“The list goes on and on,” said parent and family friend, Melissa Neumann. “It’s very twisted.”
She said she tried to convince Dye and her alleged underage victim, who had run away two days before her 16th birthday, to come home.
Despite allegations of other victims, authorities only have charged Dye in the Warren County case.
The case has attracted international attention.
Authorities have cited Dye’s case as rare and noted the limitations of the law in dealing with such a sexual deception.
“Nobody’s ever heard of it happening before,” said Dye’s lawyer, Rob Kaufman.
Dye’s alleged victim was picked up June 24 by police who found her walking near the Lions Bridge in Franklin. She had sores on her feet and was malnourished.
Neumann said Dye pretended to be both a teenage boy and his mother when she sent text messages to the victim. Dye, while posing as a boy, also met girls at libraries and churches, she added.
The text messages, photos and messages from websites on the MySpace social network are on a list of witnesses and evidence filed in the juvenile court by assistant county Prosecutor Julie Kraft.
Prosecutors are also prepared to present letters and cards from Dye to her teen victim, as well as six witnesses, including four juveniles, according to the list sought by the Dayton Daily News after a court hearing before Judge Mike Powell.