A Broken Arrow man accused of grooming underage girls on social networking sites is caught again.
Tulsa Police arrested John David Swyden, 21, for Second-Degree Rape, Forcible Sodomy and Lewd Molestation.
Police say the girls ages twelve and fourteen were living in Tulsa.
FOX23’s Abbie Alford explains why police are concerned Swyden might have other victims in the area.
Here’s why police say you don’t want 21-year-old John Swyden on Facebook or Myspace.
"I believe he told the girls that he was 18," says Tulsa Police Sex Crimes Detective Marnie Waller.
He also knew how to turn on the charm for underage girls.
"’Oh you're pretty, I want to be your friend’” says Waller. “These kids are so easy to click that "Accept" button."
Police say Swyden would troll the girls “friends” list for other underage girls.
"Once he befriended them he just kept the conversation going over and over until they finally sneaked out and met this guy," says Waller.
Police say Swyden assaulted the 12-year-old girl and raped the 14-year-old girl in his pick-up truck in a Midtown Elementary school parking lot.
"You didn't know this guy, he could have killed you. 'I never thought about it' was both of their answers,” says Waller.
Fortunately, one of the girl’s Facebook accounts was still logged on and the father saw it on the computer.
“He saw some chat between the two and some saw some concern and came to us," says Waller.
That’s when Tulsa Police discovered Swyden was out on bond in a pending case in Creek County for two Counts of First-Degree Rape, two counts of Forcible Sodomy and one count of Distributing Obscene Material to a 13-year-old girl he met on Myspace.
Police say Swyden told them he didn’t find out how old the girl was until their first sexual encounter. Police say Swyden told them he didn’t think anything was wrong with sending naked pictures via cell phone, sexting or having sex with the underage girl.
Swyden thought it was consensual but police say it was forced.
Tulsa police say these threats on Facebook and any other social networking site are real and your children’s lives are at stake.
"Would you let your child talk to someone they don't know on the phone? Why would you let them talk to someone they don't know on the internet," says Waller.
There is software to help protect and monitor your child’s online activity.
Parents are recommended to talk with their children about these situations and always know what your child is doing and who they are talking to online.