Former police chief charged with molestation accused of following teen victims

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SPAVINAW, Okla. – A former police chief charged with molestation was in court Thursday.

Former Spavinaw Police Chief Clarence Gregory Sr.,75, is accused of molesting two underage girls for several years.

Police say the alleged victims are younger than 16.

Gregory allegedly told investigators he was trying “to instruct them on what not to let boys do to them.”

Gregory, who was arrested in July, was released on a $100,000 bond on the condition that he did not have contact with the girls.

A motion was filed on Thursday to revoke Gregory’s bond.

According to KJRH, the district attorney says Gregory has been following his victims’ school bus and parking outside the school to watch them.

Court documents say it happened three times.

A judge reminded Gregory he is not supposed to have contact with his alleged victims.

A bond revocation hearing is scheduled for mid-October.



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