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My daughter is obviously not an innocent party, but he is 21 and knows she is 15. My plans for my daughter are the following: no computer in her room, Internet turned off at p.m., no going over to anyone's house for at least a month (she used this method to meet up with him), counseling, and at least 20 hours of community service.
I have asked people whose opinion I trust what they think of my going to the police. I also plan on taking her to Planned Parenthood to get tested, etc.
I see this guy as a predator; I doubt this is his first 15-year-old, and if he gets away with it she won't be his last. -- Hartford I think going to the police first would be a mistake.
The dad's best move is to talk to his daughter first, find out what really happened.
He could choose to go to the police at any time during the process, but he can't un-go to the police.