Sex offenders surfed MySpace, Facebook

May 16, 2008 3:14:32 PM PDT
Three registered sex offenders in New Jersey are accused of surfing MySpace and Facebook in violation of their parole. All three were convicted of sex offenses against children.

The Attorney General's Office say they signed agreements under a law that went into effect in January pledging that they would not visit social networking Web sites.

Authorities say Stanton Ulmer of Neptune Township had a Facebook account. Authorities say Felice Black of Paterson and Pietro Parisi of Westville had MySpace accounts.

According to documents handed over by the Web sites last year, hundreds of registered New Jersey sex offenders had accounts.