Man charged for enticing children

Told the judge that he has learned his lesson

A Repton man all but admitted his guilt at a July 23 bond hearing before Escambia County (Ala.) District Judge Eric Coale when he told the judge "I learned my lesson from this. I'm actually seeking mental health for my problem"

Raymond Pellegrini II, 31, 2469 Jerkins Road, Repton, was charged with two counts of enticing a child to enter a vehicle for immoral purposes and three counts of stalking II.

Events leading up to Pellegrini's arrest began on July 7 when three females, including two 14-year old girls were heading to Wind Creek Casino and Motel to go to the movies.

The girls went to McDon...

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