Former Oklahoma official accused of sexually abusing teen sentenced to prison

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Clint Wagstaff

LAWTON, Okla.  — Comanche County’s former Emergency Management Director, who is accused of engaging in inappropriate sexual conduct with a 14-year-old boy, has been sentenced to prison.

Clint Wagstaff, 62, pleaded guilty to seven counts, including soliciting sexual conduct, exposing a minor to obscene material, forcible sodomy involving a victim under the age of 16 and three counts of possession of child pornography, KSWO reports.

The former emergency management director was sentenced to 40 years in prison total for the crimes.

Wagstaff was arrested in August 2014, after the mother of the victim learned about the abuse through explicit messages found on Facebook.

The boy told police that he and Wagstaff were involved sexually on at least two occasions.


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