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The man accused of kidnapping and murdering Destiny Norton falsely claimed on a Web site for singles that his parents were dead.
Craig Robert Gregerson, 20, who is married and has a 1-year-old child, posted himself on the http://www.singlesaints.com. His handle was "Packerman365" and his page shows he last logged in on April 6.
In his four-paragraph description of himself, Gregerson says he is the second youngest of eight children, which is true.
But this statement is not true: "My parents died a few years ago."
In fact, Gregerson's parents are alive.
Gregerson, who wrote on his site that he is "still a strong believer in the church," says his schedule "is very limited."
Gregerson said he spends his free time studying "and increasing my knowledge on all levels." He did not mention, however, that he was a high-school dropout.
He also wrote that he plans to attend school this fall and that his plans to attend in the spring fell through. A brother told The Salt Lake Tribune earlier this week that he knew of no plans for his brother to attend school.
Near the end of his entry, he calls himself "shy at first but [I] quickly open up." He says he likes the outdoors and football is his favorite sport.
"I may seem nerdy but I really am not, things just come easy for me," Gregerson wrote. "I love to have a good time and I rarely bore people, so hit me up and let's start chatting."