A 38-year-old Pace, Florida man was out camping at Keyser Landing and Webb Landing in Chumuckla with a group of teens, which isn't shady in the least.
The man allegedly got three of the female teens drunk, and then sexually assaulted them.
He left no incriminating clues behind to tie him to the assaults.
Unless tattooing the word "slave" on one of the victims after the assault took place is considered incriminating.
Ramon Renfro, 38, was arrested by Santa Rosa County Sheriff's deputies at his home in Pace on Friday and charged with battery, sexual assault, two counts of lewd and lascivious behavior and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
According to the Pensacola News Journal, Renfro went on his camping trip with a group of teens, including six males and female teens. The girls ages were 14, 15, and 16.
Renfro allegedly served whiskey and vodka to the girls.
During one of the evenings, Renfro got three girls drunk and then sexually assaulted them, according to authorities.
He then tatted up two of the girls -- the 15-year-old and 16-year-old -- by tattooing a bar code and the word "slave" on one of them, and tattooing a couple of hearts and the words "baby girl" on the other victim.
According to the report, Renfro calls himself a tattoo artist.
When he began tattooing one of the girls, she reportedly began sobbing from the pain. But Renfro sadistically continued to tattoo her, allegedly telling the girl, "Don't move, it will mess up the tattoo."
According to the arrest report, "(The victim) did not consent to receiving the tattoos, nor were they in full control of their normal faculties due to their intoxicated state.
According to the Sun Sentinel, Renfro has been booked into the Santa Rosa County Jail every year since 2009.
He is currently being held in the Santa Rosa County Jail on $203,000 bond.
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