Sayre man wanted for violation of the Sex Offender Registration Act
On June 26, a felony warrant was issued for a 40-year-old Sayre man after the Beckham County Sheriff’s Office found he had not registered his current address.
According to the probable cause affidavit, on March 25, 2019, a BCSO’s deputy found that Jason DeWayne Thomas, also known as JD Thomas, is a sex offender who is supposed to register his address every ninety days.
The deputy found both BCSO records and Oklahoma Department of Corrections records show that Thomas last registered at the BCSO with an address at 19324 E. 1130 Rd in Sayre.
Neither departments’ records show that Thomas requested to move.
A second deputy checked Thomas’s listed residence on E. 1130 Rd on two separate dates.
The deputy advised that he did not see anyone at the residence when he first attempted to make contact, but the second time the deputy made contact with a female who advised she was Thomas’s girlfriend. She also advised the deputy that Thomas was not there and that she was just checking the property for him.
The first deputy made contact with North Fork Electric who supplies electricity to Thomas’s listed address. North Fork advised that the service in Thomas’s name had been disconnected and that the house did not have service at this time.
The deputy also noted that, as of March 5, 2019, Thomas was approximately 204 days out of registration.
As of the date the report was written, April 1, 2019, Thomas had still failed to register.
Thomas was convicted on one count of sexual battery on a person over 16 on May 15, 2012 and was sentenced to five years on supervised probation, which lasted until May 15, 2014.
At that point, his DOC profile shows that he...
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