Police are warning parents tonight about the potential dangers that lurk online. With the arrest of a Bunnel police sergeant... the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is re-enforcing why you need to monitor you children's activities in the cyber world. This after 30 year old Sgt. Michael Stavris was charged for posing as a 16- year-old girl to attract teenage boys who would send him graphic pictures. Channel 4's Scott Johnson has been looking into how to protect your kids from this kind of online activity. He joins us live. 3 3 what we've learned is the scary part is...you don't know who's on the other end of a social media connection... they can almost be impossible to confirm whether an ID is real or not. It comes down to teaching kids to be cautious. 00-05 16-21 1'04-1'09 The arrest of this Bunnel police sargeant is chilling to parents as we learn the intricate way investigators say he lured teenage boys online through social media by posing as a teenage girl.We sat down with Dennis Bustle with the FDLE to find out how this worked.Basically, he would log on under this assumed, he created this Facebook page, and he would log on start up conversations with the victims. And ultimately solicit photos and things like that from the victims-55:49 55:50- And then he would shut the page down when he wasn't using it, then he would open it back up when he wanted to use it again.- 55:57 And he adds this is a wake up call to parents. 01:00:55- I would suggest any parent, stay engaged, stay involved in what your kids are doing. Don't let them go completely unmonitored. You know, know who they're talking to but as we found out .... tracking who anyone is talking to online isn't as easy as it sounds. Christopher Hamer- Network Administrator- Bradford County Sheriff's Office 01:07:21- The simplest answer is you can't.These people spend an anornament amount of time crafting these personas that they represent them on the internet, and they're very good at it.-01:07:29 chris hamer is a computer network administrator with the bradford county sheriff's office. He says with facebook or twitter profiles they can essentially be untraceable for a typical user. So it comes goes back to what the FDLE recommends... parent involvement and teaching kids the risks of putting anything online. CHRISTOPHER HAMER 01:07:43- And how the Internet is not a safe place. It is not their friend. It is not their private chatroom. Anything that they put out there, they cannot take back.-01:07:50 01:07:50- And if they send pictures that are wholly innapropriate, they can be used, reused, resent. and the suspect michael stavris does has family coming to his defense. One relative has said he's innocent and is being set up. 3 Scott, what did the FDLE say about tracking down all the victims?