Federal Judge Denies Bond To Man Accused Of Harassment & Sending Threats


Tuesday, November 16th 2021, 10:17 pm


TULSA, Oklahoma -

A federal judge denied bond to a Wagoner man accused of harassing and sending online death threats to police officers in Wagoner and Fort Gibson on Tuesday.

The decision was made at a detention hearing where prosecutors outlined Parker Little's history of cyber-crime.

That history starts back in 2015 when Little was convicted of being a hacker using the name "DeMoNTheLord" who called in serious crimes to get SWAT teams to show up at innocent people's homes.

US Attorneys argued Little's history of hacking was reason enough to keep him locked up and away from computers.

Little faces four federal charges; the indictment says several victims are police officers.

During court, U.S. Attorney Ben Traster described Little as, A "Walking computer crime."

Two of the counts involving Stalking and Threatening Communications stem from online threats made to Fort Gibson police in May of 2020.

Another two counts involve the Wagoner Police department in June of that year.

Prosecutors say Little impersonated a Fort Gibson man and posted threats saying that man planned to shoot and kill six specific officers.

Investigators also say Little had posted officers' personal information online to a doxxing site, where they were listed as child molesters and later harassed.

Prosecutors say Little told agents that he "Wanted them to get scared," referring to the officers.

Little's defense attorney argued Little never actually intended to follow through with the threats and suggested he be released under tight supervision.

The judge decided not to release Little, saying, "I'm not persuaded that if I did release Mr. Little, he would not re-offend."

When Little was convicted of similar crimes in Texas in 2016, he served a one-year sentence in federal prison.