OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Authorities say a man who disappeared with
a Tecumseh teenager more than a month ago is awaiting extradition
from Washington state back to Oklahoma.
A Washington State Patrol trooper arrested 41-year-old James Reimer Saturday after stopping him for a traffic violation in southwest Washington.
With Reimer was 14-year-old Deborah Fourzan who had disappeared
after being dropped off at Tecumseh High School on February 2.
Washington State Patrol spokeswoman Krista Hedstom says Fourzan
was not injured and is now in state custody.
Reimer is charged in Pottawatomie County with felony soliciting sexual conduct or communications with a minor through telephone text messaging out of Pottawatomie County.
Officials are also asking for a search warrant for Reimer's car which Hedstom says is packed with "all sorts of stuff."
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