PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The mother of a 15-year-old girl allegedly killed by a man who used Facebook to lure her into a trap says she wants to do what she can to make sure it never happens to anyone else.
Kristine Wiley said Thursday that she wants to brainstorm with school principals about how to help teens be safe online. She says an officer has also talked to her about doing seminars on teen safety.
Twenty-year-old Kyle Dube was formally charged Wednesday with murder and kidnapping in the death of Wiley's daughter, Nichole Cable.
State police say Dube used a phony Facebook account to lure Cable outside her Glenburn home, where he abducted her.
Wiley says it's important to get the word out, saying "the Bible says, do not stand idle by."
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