Police: Tulsa man accused of sexually abusing multiple girlfriends’ children

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TULSA, Okla. – Police are searching for a Tulsa man who is accused of sexually abusing his multiple girlfriends’ children.

Police say Brian Paul Campbell targets women with children and then sexually abuses the children.

“He needs to be caught and put in jail,” Tulsa Police Department Child Crisis Unit Corporal Mark Kraft told KJRH.

However, police say Campbell’s girlfriends aren’t completely innocent.

They reportedly knew Campbell had been accused of sexual abuse, but continued a relationship with him despite his history.

“It appears as though the mothers were aware of his history and failed to take their children out of that situation,” Cpl. Kraft said.  “In essence, almost indirectly allowing the abuse.”

Campbell and his multiple girlfriends are now wanted by police.

The women are facing charges of child neglect and failure to protect their children.

“There are five arrest warrants out right now for the five suspects, two have been arrested and there are three still outstanding,” Cpl. Kraft said.

Authorities say it is unclear how many children each girlfriend has, but they do know there are multiple victims.

“There are several, at least one with each if not more,” he said.

Campbell was arrested Tuesday night.


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