We've heard the story before, Arkansas men arrested and charged with crimes against children.
Detectives say sometimes they're able to catch an online predator before a sexual act occurs, but they're not always that lucky.
Conway police say 24-year-old Ivan Flores began chatting with a 14-year-old girl on the Web site, www.myyearbook.com.
The two developed an online friendship over several weeks and met in person last Saturday. According to police, the teen says they had two sexual encounters, one in his truck on a dead end road.
"You don't really know who is chatting with your child when they're online," says Conway Police Dept. Lt. Dan Moody.
Officers say the girl's parents discovered the alleged rape and immediately went to police with the allegations. Detectives interviewed her, and later, arrested Flores at his home for Internet stalking of a child and two counts of rape.
Moody says, "The victims of these types of crimes, it's just so traumatic for them because they are true victims and they will live with this for the rest of their lives."
Neighbors say the construction worker moved to Arkansas from Kansas four months ago with his 18-year-old wife.
Some, who did not want to be identified, say at times they felt uneasy around Flores but are still surprised to hear the news.
“He is very flirty whether his wife is around or not. He likes to talk to a bunch of people. I knew he was sleeping with other people but I didn't think it was a minor, a 14 or 13 year-old girl."
Detectives are still conducting interviews and say Flores may have more victims.
Meantime, they say they hope this alleged incident can be a learning tool for all parents.
“You have to be very protective as a parent, as a grandparent and put some measures in place to check on your children to see what they're doing, to see what sites they're hitting," explains Moody.
Conway Police say this is the third online predator case there in the last three months.
Soon, they're hoping to hire a full time detective that can focus solely on catching Internet predators.