Locust Grove Man Sentenced To 41 Months in Prison for Attempted Possession of Child Pornography
U.S. Attorney R. Trent Shores announced today that District Judge Claire V. Eagan, sentenced Trevor James Thompson, 32, of Locust Grove to serve 41 months in federal prison for Attempted Possession of Child Pornography, Thompson must also pay a special monetary assessment totaling $100. After release from prison, Thompson was ordered to serve 20 years of supervised release.
Thompson attempted to possess child pornography by attempting to secretly film a minor female at a high school track meet in Catoosa and several minor females at a Locust Grove High School football game using a GoPro video camera.
“Thanks to the diligent efforts of federal and state justice officials, the public will be safe from this child predator while he is imprisoned. Thompson’s outrageous and exploitive conduct was unacceptable. My office will aggressively prosecute anyone who seeks to exploit children in our community.” United States Attorney Shores stated.
The prosecution resulted from an investigation conducted by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI); Rogers County Sheriff’s Office; and Tulsa Police Department. Assistant United States Attorney Jeffrey A. Gallant handled the prosecution of this case.