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May 28, 2017

Choctaw Man Arrested for Lewd Proposal with a Child


Michael P Dunn

Michael P Dunn

A Choctaw man was arrested Tuesday morning after authorities lured him to a sting operation to have sex with two children in the parking lot of Heritage Mall in Midwest City, according to a news release from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

OSBI agents arrested Michael P Dunn, (dob 9/4/1978) for lewd or indecent proposals to a child under 12, lewd or indecent proposals to a child under 16, and solicitation of a minor by technology.

Authorities allege Dunn posted an internet advertisement seeking a “kinky” relationship and posted age, race or size was not an issue. An undercover OSBI agent responded to the ad saying she had an 11-year-old daughter. Over a two month time period, Dunn and the undercover agent communicated about Dunn wanting to engage in oral and sexual intercourse with the child. The undercover agent also told Dunn the girl had a 13-year-old sister.

Authorities say Dunn set a time and date for the meeting to have sex with both girls inside his Chevy Cruze sedan. The meeting was to happen at 6:30 this morning in the parking lot of Heritage Mall. At 6:45, OSBI agents, agents with OBN’s Human Trafficking Division, agents with the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, and Midwest City police officers arrested Dunn inside his vehicle in the north parking lot of the mall. Dunn had with him a bag containing condoms and lubricant. During the on-line conversations with the undercover agent, Dunn admitting to having sexual fantasies about his own daughters. Dunn was booked into the Oklahoma County jail.

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