Johnny A. Foster doesn't seem to have a lot of common sense, or a lot of self control. "Baby J," "J-Dog" or "Little Mac," as he likes to be called was just released in April after doing a 14 year stint for sexually battery of a child under the age of 12. But, to the complete surprise of no one, police have arrested him already and now he's looking at another long stretch. It might have saved a few tax payer dollars in court costs and law enforcement costs if they would have second thought letting him free and just kept in in prison to begin with.
In stead, Foster was able to go free, and then traumatize a teenage girl.
Foster, 31, is accused of climbing through a Fort Pierce teen's bedroom window June 6 and trying to pay her $50 for sex.
According to the warrant affidavit used to secure Foster's arrest, the terrified 16-year-old victim awoke about 4 a.m. to find Foster in bed with her and pulling on the sheets.
"Foster offered her $50 for sex and $20, after she refused, so she would not tell her mother," according to the report.
Foster, wearing only his boxer shorts and a shirt at the time, left through the window and came back a second later with the $20, according to the report. He gave the girl the money and left.
Someone tell me again why it is that we keep letting these scum bags free? I mean, seriously, is catch and release and catch again REALLY that fun for the states? Cause, I can't imagine that for the victims- old and new- it's any thing other than horrific.