OH man tried to trade chicken Alfredo, Sprite for sex with minor

Albert Maruna IV

Albert Maruna IV

A Youngstown State University student from Orwell was picked up in the Austintown Police Department's latest sex sting.

According to a WKBN-TV report, when the age of the boy came up, Maruna said he didn't believe in age.

Maruna was then arrested and charged with importuning, disseminating matter harmful or obscene to juveniles, possession of criminal tools and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. They say Maruna began having conversations with the undercover Austintown officer on December 5 after the college student responded to a posting on a dating app, WKBN reported.

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A police officer posed as a 15-year-old boy on a dating application, the report said, and Maruna began messaging the officer December 5. When they set up a date to meet in person, Maruna told the officer he would bring a snack and a bottle of lube.

Police found him with a Tupperware container full of chicken alfredo in addition to other items. The conversations became explicitly sexual in nature, with Maruna sending nude pictures and suggesting the two should get married someday.

Police said it was clear that MAruna began to develop feelings for the "teen boy", telling the undercover officer, "You are my one and only" and that he would like to "be his husband some day".

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Similar to Maruna's cast in Austintown, these men were in contact with undercover police officers posing as minors online, all ages 14 and under. Maruna was also reportedly busted with an iPhone, Macbook computer and three zip drives.

Police claimed that during questioning, Maruna didn't seem to think what he did was wrong.

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