— Bemidji Middle School’s assistant principal was charged with two felonies Friday after allegedly posing as a 13-year-old boy on social media in order to have sexual conversations with minors.Brandon Mark Bjerknes, 34, was arraigned Friday afternoon after being charged with two counts of engaging in electronic communication relating to or describing sexual conduct with a child.Once we get our “sea legs,” we’ll also be answering reader questions. Make sure to follow us, as well, on whichever of these social media sites you use: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram You Tube Also, find a friend to tell about Sex Chat for Christian Wives.
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According to the criminal complaint filed Friday, Bjerknes had been using the name “Brett Larson” on Facebook, Snapchat and email accounts, and claiming he was a student at a Duluth school.
The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Department began investigating a Facebook account for “Brett Larson” in January.
Investigators found conversations with two separate juveniles, ages 13 and 14, that were relating to or describing sexual conduct, including text and image.
Investigators informed Bjerknes that they had viewed the the photos and text on Snapchat and Bjerknes admitted he knew the victims were younger than 15.
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Facebook provided the IP address, and on March 20 the sheriff’s department learned it belonged to Midcontinent Communications and was associated with the address assigned to Bjerknes.