Former Carter Co. investigator pleads guilty

By: KXII-TV Staff Email
By: KXII-TV Staff Email

ARDMORE, Okla. -- A former Carter County Drug Task Force investigator was in court Thursday morning. Kevin McIntire pleaded guilty to charges concerning the former Carter County District Attorney’s Drug Task Force.

McIntire plead guilty Thursday morning to a lesser misdemeanor charge of willful neglect while on duty.

In October, an indictment accused McIntire of stealing $2,300 of seized drug money in 2004 and then covering it up by staging a burglary.

On Thursday, McIntire was given a one-year deferred sentence. He was also ordered to pay back the $2,300 back to the state within sixty days. McIntire also cannot have a law enforcement job within the state of Oklahoma for the next three years.


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  • by John Smith Location: Cimarron County Okla. on Jun 22, 2012 at 03:51 PM
    He currently is Running for the Office of Sheriff of Cimarron county and works as the manager of the Keyes Country store and the Chief Of Police,as well as the Acting sheriff! Kevin has always been fair and treated people with respect as long as I have known him!
  • by Republican in Ardmore Location: Ardmore on Dec 16, 2007 at 12:18 AM
    Paula, why don't you enlighten us all about what the facts really are since you have all the inside information on this crook. Maybe you know what happened to the money. Cause Im pretty sure he didnt give it to the Toys for Tots program or the Salvation Army. Until the whole story comes out, he committed a crime, got caught, and his buddies downtown bailed him out, that's the story that will follow him the rest of his life. Cause people in Ardmore dont let you forget nothing you do wrong, even years after an incident. People here live on gossip and other people's bad drama.
  • by paula on Dec 15, 2007 at 05:49 PM
    his girlfriend does not work at the for the DA...you people , if your gonna voice your opinion..would you PLEASE for the love of god get the freakin facts straight???
  • by jake on Dec 15, 2007 at 02:08 PM
    Of course he got off easy. his girlfriend works for the DA.
  • by Ardmoreite Location: Ardmore on Dec 14, 2007 at 08:16 PM
    I heard that McIntire was worried to death about having to share a cell with some of those guys he did help but in jail. And they were waiting on him! He's lucky he had friends in the court system to bail him out of this one!
  • by chris Location: ardmore on Dec 14, 2007 at 03:24 PM
    So he took a plea bargain.. which means he admitted his guilt for a lesser sentence, waving his right for a trial to avoid extensive punishment and jail time for being proved guilty by jurors! Its not an issue of what story is right, whats right is that he stole 2300 dollars and got caught, and no telling how much he didnt get charged for prior to this and during his time with the DEA.
  • by bubba redneck Location: sherman on Dec 14, 2007 at 02:48 PM
    cop wife you need to read the story..he plead to a lesser crime cause that is what most do to keep from having to go to jail for a longer period of time and yes he DID steal the money cause if he didn't then why did he stage a break in and once found guilty of the crime why is he ordered to pay the money back?? and yes i do live in Sherman but i can smell that stink all the way from Okla.....wish i was on his jury i got one thing to say..."hang him" in tribute of Mr. X
  • by Anonymous Location: Ardmore on Dec 14, 2007 at 02:01 PM
    I have known Kevin and his family long enough to know he is NOT guilty of theft. He is a kind, compassionate, Christian man with extremely high morals. He did not plead guilty to theft because he stole nothing. He plead guilty to neglect of duties. Those who are quick to judge are simply ill-informed by cut throat media out for the best front page story. I only pray that those who have been so hateful, hurtful and judgemental never have something like this happen to someone they love and care about. It's so cruel to the individual and their families to have to read comments like some of these, to get the snide, behind-the-back comments and the side-way glances and glares. Kevin, keep your head up and know that those of us who truly know you are the ones who truly love you and believe in you. You are a fine, Christian man. God's going to bless you for enduring this trial and for remaining professional, humble and courageous throughout it.
  • by bigfoot Location: oklahoma on Dec 14, 2007 at 12:05 PM
    You people be nice to one another!
  • by ?????? Location: Oklahoma on Dec 14, 2007 at 11:17 AM
    He cant have a Law enforcement job here in Oklahoma for the next 3 years!!! Texas watch out, he is coming yalls way!!!
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      by Anonymous on May 18, 2011 at 10:43 AM in reply to ??????
      He works in Cimarron County in Oklahoma and has for a while??
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