She says she trusted the man she was dating because he told her he was a police officer, according to WNEP. The woman from Wayne County received a message from Jerry Kudajeski.
He said he was an Avoca police officer interested in getting to know her.
I have learned new and interesting things from most of the guys I have been out with. Because I have been able to date so many diverse men, I have learned more about myself and what I want from my life and my relationships.
I think, I hope, that this will help me embrace the “real thing” if it ever comes along.
There were no real sparks with the guy, but it was a nice introduction back into the world of dating.
He was the only guy who would ask me out until I started Internet dating a year and a half later.
Police say Kudajeski used it to pay bills for his family.
She spotted him at a Turkey Hill in town where police put him in cuffs.
Because I at least had a conversation with them all before going out with them, I did go out with all of these guys more than once.
But serious relationship material, these men were not. Meeting new people on the Internet has enriched my life.
WAYNE COUNTY -- A Pennsylvania woman says a former police officer stole her credit card information after they met on a dating website.
The woman wanted to conceal her identity but didn't hold back in telling her story because she says she doesn't want something like this to happen to anyone else.