Creek County Investigators find alleged child sexual abuser in Oklahoma City
The suspect—a registered sex offender—had just been released from prison in December of 2018.
A month-long investigation into the whereabouts of an alleged sexual abuser came to a conclusion last week with the arrest by Creek County Investigators.
The investigation began on January 10th, when police say a 14-year-old victim reported to the Creek County Sheriff’s Office that she had been sexually assaulted by a family member. The man was a registered sex offender named Brian Scott Hines. Hines had recently been released from prison in December of 2018.
After interviewing the victim and completing the investigation, the case was submitted to the Creek County District Attorney’s office and warrants were issued for the arrest of Hines for crimes of Child Sexual Abuse, Plan/Conspire to Perform an Act of Violence, and Assault and Battery with a Deadly Weapon.
According to a press release supplied by the Creek County Sheriff’s Office, after the warrants were submitted, Hines fled Creek County. Creek County Investigators learned he was staying in the Oklahoma City area, and on February 7th, Officers from Oklahoma City Police Department arrested Hines and he was returned to Creek County, where he has since been booked into the Creek County Justice Center.
Hines goes to court on February 19th to face charges of Child Sexual Abuse.
|CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE||150000||2/19/2019|
|PLAN/ATTEMPT/CONSPIRE TO PERFORM ACT OF||50000||Not Set|
|A &/OR B WITH INTENT TO KILL/DEAD WEAPO||50000||Not Set|