Good morning. I thought I'd see what people recommend about this situation. I have a step-son living in the house who will be 19 in a few weeks. Among other things, he is messing around with a 14 year old girl. He was actually seeing her this time last year, when he just had turned 18 and she was 13. I'm 99.9999% sure they had sex at that time. We (his mom and I) had sat down with him and told him the dangers of this relationship. In Colorado where we live, the law says that the age difference alone, despite just her age of 13, and now 14, would get him arrested for being a child sexual predator. Girl's parents (divorced) were involved, took the girl's phone, said she could never be in contact with my step-son... her dad is even a sheriff's deputy, and chose not to involve the police last year. Well, we just found out that they never did stop seeing each other. Even though each of them dated other people, they still were in contact. Also found out they were sending sexually explicit messages via text and Snapchat as recently as last week. She told him she was pregnant even, though we're pretty sure at this point she was doing that to just keep him on the hook and I don't know that they've had sex in recent months (though it's possible). So I'm not sure what to do. Part of me wants to anonymously call the police and report it. The girl is just pure trouble and she's culpable in this mess, although legally speaking, my step-son will be the one who loses. I'm a father of two girls. one is 17 and the other is 21, so I'm very protective. Plus, we have a son with Downs Syndrome, and if the step-son gets into legal trouble about this, it would be very ugly with child protection laws. Do I call the police? Kick the step-son out? His mom is going to have lunch with him today to put the fear of God into him but I really don't think he'll listen. He basically said f-u to us from the previous intervention due to the fact that he's still messing around with jail bait. I know if the girl's dad shows up at my door step, I'll welcome him in, step aside and say, "he's downstairs," and probably 'not hear' anything that happens... but should I be pro-active and if so what steps should I take to protect my family? The boy is basically a pedophile in my view.