A cop from Oklahoma who was jailed Thursday in connection with kidnapping a teenager from Turlock, Calif., told authorities he and the woman were fans, according to apprehend records obtained by the Review-Journal.
Danniel Boone Morgan II, 30, of McAlester, Okla., was jailed on a fugitive warrant by Las Vegas police at Treasure Island on Thursday early morning, according to police. Morgan is an officer with Oklahoma’s Kiowa Cops Department.
While examining the kidnapping charge, Metro discovered officers in McAlester were likewise seeking arrest warrants for Morgan in connection with statutory sexual seduction. Morgan and the teenager, set up to start the 10th grade in the fall, started dating in September and began having sex in December, according to detain records.
The girl, who had been sticking with an auntie in Turlock, told police that Morgan was her good friend’s uncle, and her mother knew the two were dating and made love. The 2 spoke frequently, went on dates, sent out each other unclean images and exchanged guarantee rings. She was using her pledge ring on her left ring finger. She told police she bought Morgan a black ring showcasing a thin blue line in return, according to detain records.
But the affair was disrupted when the woman, who was 14 years of ages at the time, was sent to spend summertime holiday with her dad in California at the end of May.
The girl informed authorities her dad would not enable her to be with Morgan. He removed her cash, cellular phone and computer in an effort to keep her from getting in touch with Morgan. She said she utilized a relative’s phone to send out Morgan an e-mail what was happening.
Morgan informed cops he flew to San Francisco to bring the girl back to Oklahoma. He said he had the mom’s approval and was discovered with a notarized letter where the girl’s mom provided him short-lived guardianship. The lady’s mom later rejected signing the document.
Both Morgan and the woman said they did not make use of condoms when they were together at Treasure Island.
Morgan is being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center for a first-degree kidnapping charge and 2 counts of statutory sexual seduction. He is arranged to appear in court on the early morning of July 13.
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