Jesse Thomas Moore is a white man from Oklahoma, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:
- He was born in 1995.
- He is a resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He previously lived in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
- He is a member of the Cherokee Nation.
- He attended Sapulpa High School in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.
- He is a fitness buff.
- In May 2020, he broke into the a house in Tulsa, which is the resident of a 14-year-old girl he had been snapchatting. While she was asleep, she stood over her and masturbated. He left the home when she woke up.
- In the second week of November 2020, he started stalking a woman who lives in south Tulsa.
- On December 10, 2020, he started stalking a woman who lives near the campus of the University of Tulsa on South Tucker Drive in Tulsa.
- On December 13, 2020, he broke into the house of the woman near the University of Tulsa that he had been stalking while she was sleeping. He woke her up, threatened to kill her if she said anything and tried to sexually assault her but she was able to bite him and scream so the other people in the house were awakened. Around 40 minutes after entering the house, he ran out of the front door.
- On December 15, 2020, he burglarized the house of the woman in south Tulsa that he had been repeatedly stalking.
- The Tulsa Police Department‘s Special Victims Unit, Special Investigations Division, Fugitive Warrants Unit and intelligence analysts identified him as a suspect in the two home invasions in Tulsa in December 2020. On December 23, 2020, Tulsa Police Department officers served a search warrant at his residence. He was arrested and charged with attempted rape, first-degree burglary, stalking and Peeping Tom. He was held on a hold for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
- When he appeared in court for the first time on December 30, 2020, the court found probable cause so he was detained, Fox 23 News reported. U.S. Magistrate Paul Cleary ordered him to be held without bond.
- He is “someone who obviously is out of control” and “whose behavior is escalating,” Tulsa World quoted Oklahoma County assistant district attorney Joel-lyn McCormick as saying.
(This is a developing story. More details will be added soon.)