Two men were convicted last week for traveling to Murray County, Ga., to have sex with children.
Michael Robert Doan, 54, of Ooltewah, and Sunil Shamji Jungiwalla, 49, of Snellville, Ga., were both convicted of two counts of criminal attempt to commit child molestation and computer and electronic child exploitation. Both men face up to 60 years in prison.
According to a release from Conasauga District Attorney Bert Poston, Doan and Jungiwalla both chatted online with a member of the FBI’s Northwest Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. Detective Brett Morrison pretended he was trying to hook Doan and Jungiwalla up with his underage female relatives, who do not actually exists.
Jungiwalla communicated with Morrison through text messages and phone calls, as well as graphic emails. He drove to Murray County in July 2011, where Morrison arrested him. According to the release, Jungiwalla admitted that he came to town to have sex wiht an underage girl.
Doan chatted online with Morrison for two days, bought erectile dysfunction medication and drove to meet Morrison. After he was arrested, according to the release, Doan also told Morrison he wanted to have sex with underage girls.
Jungiwalla will be sentenced on July 16. Doan will be sentenced on Aug. 27.