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Missouri Sheriffs and U.S. Marshals Arrest Groping Suspect

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Jaime Hartness most recent mugshot from Jasper County Sheriff's Office Jaime Hartness most recent mugshot from Jasper County Sheriff's Office

According to a news release, the suspect in the indecent exposure and sexual battery case was arrested in Missouri, Friday, Feb. 1.

Jaime Hartness, 32, was taken into custody sometime this evening by the Jasper County Sheriff's Department and U.S. Marshals in Missouri.

Hartness is accused of groping women and exposing himself near Woodland Hills Mall and other areas in Bixby and Broken Arrow.

Hartness is a registered sex offender from Carthage, Mo. Police do not have a record of Hartness relocating to Oklahoma, despite it being a requirement for sex offenders.

 

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