Tulsa Police are searching for a man charged with six counts of child sexual abuse, after he failed to appear in court on December 4.
James Leonard Woodcock, 44, is one of Tulsa County's most wanted. He was arrested back in June for sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl.
His wife, Jennifer Woodcock, 55, is charged with permitting child sexual abuse and failing to report child sexual abuse, after police said she walked in on an incident, but allowed him to continue to be around the child and never reported it to police.
Court records show both had a preliminary hearing on October 29, at which point another count of child sexual abuse was added against James Woodcock, bringing the total number of counts to six. They were bound over for trial.
Records show, on December 3, James Woodcock failed to appear in court and his bond was forfeited. The judge issued a bench warrant for his arrest, while Jennifer Woodcock's arraignment was passed to December 17. He's now wanted without bond.
According to court and jail records, Jennifer Woodcock's bond was forfeited on December 10, and she was arrested and booked into a Tulsa County jail once again.
Police said James Woodcock is 5-foot-5, 152 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.
When he was interviewed by police back in June, according to an affidavit, James Woodcock admitted that his "urges" are getting stronger and he sees a "pattern" to his behavior. He told police he wanted help, because he didn't want to hurt anyone.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS. Tips can be left anonymously.