Tulsa police arrest serial sexual battery suspect

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Updated: 1/18/2013 5:16 pm Published: 1/18/2013 1:12 pm

Tulsa police have arrested a serial sexual battery suspect they believe is connected to recent sexual batteries in midtown and south Tulsa.

Brandon James has been arrested on three counts of sexual battery and one count of lewd molestation of a minor. Police reports show James was arrested on January 17th at the Walmart near 81st and Sheridan after allegedly grabbing a victim’s buttocks. Police reports show the suspect then confessed to police that he also inappropriately grabbed two other victims in December near 41st and Yale.

Police also arrested James for lewd molestation of a minor for allegedly inappropriately touching an 11-year-old girl on December 29th. Police say the victim identified the suspect in a lineup and he admitted to doing so. Police say James is a serial sexual battery suspect and other incidents are still under investigation.

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anonymous - 1/30/2013 2:07 AM
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Okay, first off.. I know Brandon personally. And have known him for a while now, and I know that he wouldn't ever do anything like this. Hes been working so hard in school, and trying to get his kids from their alcoholic mother, to mess it all up by doing something like this. And yeah, Brandon is in jail, and there is a guy with a military style hat touching a girl at woodland yesterday?.. yeah, they have the wrong guy.

Gladys Crump - 1/18/2013 10:37 PM
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Hope they put this guy in jail with other serial sex crime perps, maybe he will find out how it feels to be fondled by force.
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