Former Kiefer Middle School Principal sentenced to 20 years, will serve less than 5

Jayson Daniel Larremore, age 44, of Kiefer, plead guilty to felony child sexual abuse in court on Wednesday, January 22, 2020. The court presided over by Judge Douglas Golden dismissed lewd molestation and rape by instrumentation from another case. 

Jayson Daniel Larremore

Larremore, former Kiefer Middle School Principal, was sentenced to 20 years in prison with the Oklahoma State Department of Correction. All but five years were suspended (5 in, 15 out), which in reality means he has to serve 4.25 years behind bars, due to Oklahoma’s “85 percent crime” law. Furthermore, Larremore will be fined $1,000.00, and upon his release in 2025 he will have to register as the highest level sex offender, which means law enforcement will be aware of his location and job status for the rest of his life, and he will never be allowed to teach or work around minors.  

The victim’s father, present in the courtroom during sentencing, did not lodge a complaint against this sentence. No one else present lodged any complaint.

Larremore, who had been free on bond prior to the proceedings was immediately taken into custody and will be ultimately transferred to the Cleveland County maximum-security prison at Lexington.

The case revolved around the report of the father of the juvenile victim, who was also a relative of Larremore’s, who filed a report on January 10, 2019, with the Sapulpa Police Department alleging that his daughter had been raped by Larremore from the time she was 9 years old until she was 16. Larremore was arrested by  Creek County Sheriff’s Deputies on February 6th, 2019. He was released on $20,000.00 bond the next day. 

He initially plead not guilty on Feb. 27, in a conference with his attorney Charles Fox. Several witnesses were called to testify over the summer. In a plea bargain, he plead guilty, and other charges were dismissed without prejudice.

A judicial review is scheduled with Judge Golden for 12 months from sentencing but there is no guarantee what the outcome of the review will be.
Posted in


Community submissions include online messages and Letters to the Editor sent in from members of the community, as well as some past contributors. Want to send us a submission? Send it to