• Green Country students arrested in rape case

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    TULSA, Okla. - Two young men, including a minor, were arrested and charged in a rape case this week.

    FOX23 learned that Jacob Krey Davis, 18, was arrested on Wednesday on one count of first-degree rape.

    A second suspect, underage, was also arrested for accusations related to first-degree rape, sexual battery and child pornography.

    According to court documents, the alleged victim and witnesses said the minor suspect repeatedly groped her while with friends at a house. The friends admitted they were drinking and the victim blacked out.

    Davis is charged with raping the alleged victim. Police say he then took her from the house, dumped her in another yard and ran. The minor suspect is accused of rape by instrumentation while the alleged victim was still at the house.

    Detectives were able to recover some conversations on Davis' phone that point to an attempt to cover up what happened.

    Three witnesses reportedly said that Davis told them to lie about what happened, and one even said he ordered her to delete anything having to do with him off the victim's cellphone, police said.

    The minor suspect is charged with making child pornography because, while detectives were examining his phone, they found videos he recorded of minors engaging in a sex act and discovered that he sent part of the videos over Snapchat, police said.

    It was confirmed that Davis is a student at Tulsa Public Schools. A district spokesperson released the following statement:

    "While certain Tulsa Police Department information is public record, Tulsa Public Schools must protect the confidentiality rights of all students we service. We actively support the education needs of all students and their families, and we will respect the processes of our judicial system. The well-being of our student, teacher, and staff is paramount, and we will always be guided by the best interests of those we service - this includes taking appropriate action to make sure that our schools remain safe and conductive to learning. We cannot comment further on this matter and would need to refer inquiries to the Tulsa Police Department."

    The principal at Edison High School said:

    "We just became aware of the recent news report that one of our students has been charged with a crime. While certain Tulsa Police Department information is public record, Tulsa Public Schools must protect the confidentiality rights of all students we serve. As always, we actively support the educational needs of our students and their families, and we will respect the processes of our court system. While we cannot comment further on this matter, please know that we will continue to ensure a strong and supportive learning environment for all Edison students, teacher, and staff. I will certainly make you aware of any relevant information that is allowable and appropriate for us to release."

    The minor suspect was confirmed to be a student at Jenks Public Schools. District leaders at Jenks released the following statement:

    "State law sets forth the rights of a youthful offender to attend a public school in Oklahoma (70 O.S. section 24-100.6) and we are unaware of any provision that gives a student charged with a crime fewer rights than a student who is already adjudicated for a crime. Educational placement of a student charged with a crime will be made based on the unique circumstances and in the best interest of all students at Jenks Public Schools."


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