Warrant issued for Tulsa man accused of sex crimes against children

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police are searching for a man wanted for more than a dozen charges, including child molestation and child pornography.

A warrant has been issued for Jimmie Doyle McGlothlin. He faces 11 counts of lewd molestation of a minor, two counts of manufacturing or possessing child pornography, and one count of abuse by injury.

According to Lt. Stephen Lamb with the Tulsa Police Department Child Crisis Unit, McGlothlin is accused of multiple sex crimes spanning over the course of two decades.

McGlothlin has made both homicidal and suicidal comments, saying, “he will not go to jail.”

He is 42 years old, 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs around 140 pounds. He has a humped back, several tattoos, skin tags on his eyes and poor dental hygiene.

Investigators believe that McGlothlin could be camping near Lake Keystone. He is known to associate with a criminal motorcycle gang and has guns.

FOX23′s Michele White spoke with a family member who did not want to go on camera. He said he was shocked by the charges. Based on discussions with TPD, the family member says that McGlothlin was living a double life.

McGlothlin’s relative also added that he left the neighborhood he was living in back in Aug. when the allegations first surfaced and they haven’t seen him in months.

There are several court cases involving McGlothlin, including a protective order filed for some of his alleged victims back in early Sept. According to Family Court at the Tulsa County Courthouse, McGlothlin was never served that protective order.

If you see McGlothlin or know about his whereabouts, please call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.

This is a developing story.