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Former Kiefer Principal arrested on molestation charges

Affidavits say the former principal and minister had been abusing a family member since she was 9 years old.

A former Kiefer administrator is behind bars after being charged with counts of lewd molestation, rape by instrumentation, and child abuse.

On January 11, 2019 a family member reported to the Creek County Sheriff’s Office that she had been sexually abused by Jayson Larremore while she was between the ages of 9 and 16 years old.

CCSO Invesigators learned that the allegations occurred in their jurisdiction as well as the City of Sapulpa and the Sapulpa Police Department was notified and a joint investigation began.

The victim told Deputy Randall Arnold that when she was 9-11 years old she was staying at Larremore’s residence and while his wife and daughter were asleep in the next room, he entered the victim’s room and preformed sexual acts. It was later disclosed that Larremore abused the victim over the span of about 6 years.

Larremore openly admitted to the abuse in a family meeting where the victim and others were present. He agreed to quit teaching, resign from ministry and to seek counseling.

When Larremore was hired as principal at Kiefer the victim decided to go to law enforcement to report the abuse.

Due to information being gathered during the investigation Kiefer Public Schools was notified of the allegations.

After the joint investigation was completed and presented to the Creek County District Attorney’s Office, warrants were subsequently issued for his arrest for the crimes of Child Sexual Abuse ($20,000 bond), Rape by Instrumentaion ($20,000 bond) and Lewd Molestation ($20,000 bond).

On February 6, 2019 Creek County Deputies arrested Larremore at his residence without incident and he was booked into the Creek County Justice Center.

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A 2000 Sapulpa High School graduate Julia loves to spend time with her two boys. Currently, she works on Celebrations and Obituaries along with special interest stories.

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