Oklahoma deputies wrestle alleged child predator to the ground

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Korbin Kenmore

EL RENO, Okla. – An alleged child predator was arrested after attempting to meet up and have sex with a 14-year-old Yukon girl.

The Canadian County Sheriff’s Office says Korbin Kenmore, 24, of Oklahoma City, initiated a sexually graphic conversation online with an undercover deputy who he believed was an under-aged child.

The profile was setup by a Canadian County Sheriff’s Investigator in order to conduct online sexual predator investigations.

Soon, Kenmore started aggressively pursing the young girl to meet for sex, according to CCSO.

Officials even say Kenmore graphically described numerous sex acts he wanted to perform with the 14-year-old girl.

“This case developed very quickly once Kenmore connected with our undercover profile.  The dialogue escalated to an unconscionable, filthy and foul mouthed conversation with what he believed was a fourteen year old girl, and him describing the deplorable sex acts he wanted to perform on her innocent little body,” said Randall Edwards, Sheriff of Canadian County.

Kenmore then allegedly arranged for a meeting place with the girl.

Authorities say Kenmore took an early lunch break from work to meet and have sex with the 14-year-old girl.

Upon his arrival, Kenmore exited his vehicle and began looking for the girl.

According to CCSO, investigators approached Kenmore and had to physically wrestle him to the ground after he failed to listen to their commands.

Authorities say Kenmore resisted the deputies while they were trying to handcuff him.

The sheriff’s office says Kenmore later provided officials with a full confession to knowingly soliciting sex from an under-aged girl.

He was booked into the Canadian County Jail on complaints of soliciting sex with a minor by use of technology.

He has since been released on bail.


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