June 1, 2012
Fri Jun 01, 2012, 02:34 AM CDT
NORMAN — A former Norman Public School district training partner was charged Thursday with soliciting passionate control with a minor.
Jeremy Dale Davis, 34, was charged with soliciting passionate control or communication with a teenager by use of technology. He also faces a assign of stalking. The teenager is a 17-year-old male.
NPS Superintendent Dr. Joe Siano pronounced Davis worked as a training partner during Monroe Elementary from Aug 2005 until his abdication on May 7.
According to a illusive means confirmation filed with a charges, Davis met a teenager in Dec 2011 “when a dual struck adult a pointless loyalty during his place of work during a possibility encounter.”
On Mar 12, a teenager “made a news of stalking to his propagandize advisor and a military review ensued,” according to a affidavit.
The teenager alleges, according to a affidavit, that Davis was stalking him by email, content message, write hit and amicable network links and “repeatedly demand(ed) that they be alone together.”
According to a affidavit, Davis allegedly asked a teenager to attend in several passionate acts. When a teenager refused, Davis allegedly threatened a teenager “by a engorgement of means.”
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