Rape Suspect Returned To Oklahoma After Arrest In Texas
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Texas man wanted for raping a teenager in Tulsa is back in Oklahoma after being extradited from Texas.
Jail records show Kerry Sloan was booked into the Tulsa County Jail Monday night on $50,000 bond but only stayed in jail a few hours before being released on bond.
Sloan had been extradited to Tulsa from Austin, Texas, where U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers said they stopped him from boarding a flight to London.
Tulsa Police said Sloan was a track coach and had brought a teen girl to Tulsa to visit some colleges and raped the teen at a hotel.
Customs officers said they found out Sloan had a warrant for first-degree rape in Tulsa and arrested him at the ticket counter.
Sloan told customs officers he was going to an international track meet before his arrest.