An Oklahoma police officer is arrested for multiple molestation crimes of children, according to KFOR and other media breaks.
Bradley Don Goodin, 45, is filled with “three counts of lewd molestation and two counts of child physical abuse in separate cases recorded Thursday in Creek County District Court,” Tulsa World.com published.
An affidavit collected by Tulsa World alleges, “a parent of one of the sufferers walked into a bathroom on Oct. 5 while Goodin had his palm down the pants of a 9-year-old girl.” When Goodin was confronted, he scared to harm the child’s mom physically, the affidavit said.
Goodin is also blamed for touching an 11-year-old girl inappropriately on multiple times, the Sapulpa Times said.
“The third time the defendant told what happened,” an inspector wrote in the affidavit collected by Tulsa World. “He said the watchband that he carries on his left wrist got caught in the shirt the victim was using, and that must have been what the onlooker saw and misunderstood as him touching her.”
Goodin is a deputy with the Bristow Police Department, which issued a statement via Facebook that told Goodin is on paid leave.
Goodin was held Wednesday and remained in jail Thursday with bail set at $200,000, according to Creek County online prison records.