Teddy Davis spent approximately a year and half in prison for molesting a 6-year-old autistic boy.
In a plea agreement with Cleveland County Prosecutors, Davis admitted he responded to a sex ad on Craigslist that led to an invitation to Jonathan Smith's home in Moore. Once there, the two men carried out a sex crime against the .
Court records show Davis fondled the boy while Smith watched and touched himself. He spent less than two years in prison.
He is now out on probation, and nearly a week after his release, Davis has not registered as a sex offender. Department of Corrections officials said, Tuesday afternoon, there was some sort of mix-up with the paperwork.
The D. Officials claimed he had been in contact with his probation officer, but some feel that is not enough. She was a victim of child abuse and is now the Chief Executive Officer of The CARE Center, a non-profit that deals with the investigation and treatment of child sexual and physical abuse.
She worries Davis, like other child abusers, will reoffend.
Davis has an extensive criminal record, and the failure to initially register as a sex offender after his release is even more troubling. The remainder of his punishment will be carried out with probation. About Us. Seen On. Brand Focus.
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