Craigslist babysitter-turned- child-pornographer pleads guilty


Minnesotans already had one good reason to avoid craigslist: Arriving for a potential nanny job could end in murder. Now we've got another scary cautionary tale. Better safe than sorry.

A Little Canada man pleaded guilty Wednesday to answering an ad for a babysitter in St. Paul and then used the kid to produce a child pornography video, according to the Star Tribune.

More from the Strib:

Aaron Jay Lemon, 23, of Little Canada, pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Minneapolis to producing child pornography. Lemon faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison.
It seems creepers have found their new avenue into your homes. We of course still love craigslist, but just make sure you are safe. Or maybe we believe we are invincible.