Chickasha Man Arrested for Allegedly Soliciting Minors Online

A Chickasha man is behind bars after allegedly soliciting a group of young girls in Blanchard for sexually explicit images and attempting to meet them for sex.

Working with the Blanchard Police Department, who received a tip that a man was trying to "hook up" with underaged girls, the Canadian County Sheriff's Office launched an investigation into the actions of Jacob Fourkiller, 21, of Chickasha.

Reports say Fourkiller was using a social media app to solicit the girls to send nude photos and to meet for sex. A Canadian County deputy posing online as a 14-year-old girl was able to connect with Fourkiller. Initially, investigators say, Fourkiller only engaged in innocent conversation with the undercover deputy. However, they report he soon requested that the "girl" switch to communicating with a different app. 

The sheriff's department claims that once they changed apps, the tone of the conversation changed as well. At that point, Fourkiller allegedly asked the "girl" to send him pictures of herself wearing only underwear, and he asked if she was ready to have sex with him.

Earlier this month, investigators approached Fourkiller at his place of employment in Chickasha. They say he cooperated fully with investigators. He reportedly consented to a search of his electronic devices and confirmed that he had used such devices to engage in illegal conversations with underage girls. He allegedly told investigators he was "lonely" and "just looking for a girlfriend."

Investigators who examined his phone reportedly found "a dozen pornographic pictures of under aged girls he had convinced to send him nude photographs of themselves" and "hundreds of pictures of under aged girls he was talking to, many of which were only wearing bras and panties."

Deputies arrested Fourkiller on complaints of possession of child pornography and solicitation of a minor by use of technology. He remains jailed and is formally charged with one count of soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology. According to Oklahoma state law in 21 O.S. § 1040.13a is a felony punishable by a maximum of 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. It is a Level II sex offense, which means any person convicted of this crime must register as a sex offender every six months for 25 years. 

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