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Kevin Bernard Jackson planned an afternoon date with a 15-year-old boy but he ended up in jail with a $250,000 bond instead, court records show.
The 45-year-old Pembroke Pines man is accused of trying to solicit a child online and luring him to meet for sex.
At one point in this latest case, Jackson asked if he was being set up by police in the manner of the television show "Catfish," but then believed the undercover officer when he replied that it wasn't a set-up. At the police station, Jackson admitted to writing the sexual texts and that he was planning to meet with the boy to have sex and, according to the police report, he told the officer that he "was wrong and made a mistake.""The court is very concerned that this is not an isolated incident and that it's ongoing, very dangerous behavior regarding children in the community," Hurley said in court before setting bond at $250,000.