In 2000, Ball was convicted of first degree rape in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. In 2006, he was convicted of 2 counts of assault & battery upon a police officer, 2 counts of lewd exhibition of a person, and one count of indecent exposure in Haskell County. He is on the Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry for life. While his official record indicates that Ball is a non-habitual offender, I would like to note that in both 2000 and 2006 he was arrested for crimes of a sexual nature. Should an offender of this caliber be allowed on a social networking site like MySpace? CrimeShadows News doesn't think so. What do you think?
A request for removal of this profile has been sent to MySpace.com.