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Tulsa Couple Arrested on Child Porn, Sex Abuse Complaints

04-Jan-2016

A Tulsa man and woman face a litany of charges after two people approached a Tulsa police detective in the parking lot of the police station and gave him a micro-SD card containing video of two adults engaged in sexual activity with a child.

After viewing the video of the sexual abuse, police interviewed Gloria Tiger, 43, about the incident. Tiger allegedly admitted that she was one of the two adults depicted in the video, and she reportedly told them that the child was an 8-year-old relative. She also identified the adult male in the video as Ahmad Murphy Jenkins, 41.

According to reports, Tiger and Jenkins allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse in the presence of the child and also engaged in sexual activity with the young girl. Jenkins is accused of using his cell phone to take video of the child's sexual abuse by both adults.

Tiger allegedly told investigators that the incident on video is not the only instance of the sexual abuse of the child; she says another incident occurred a "month or two" prior to the recorded assault. 

Gloria Tiger is charged with three counts of child sexual abuse and one count of manufacturing child pornography. At the time of her arrest, she was also wanted on an outstanding warrant for prostitution.

Ahmad Jenkins is charged with two counts of child sexual abuse, one count of manufacturing child pornography, and one count of resisting arrest. Jenkins has two prior convictions for domestic assault and battery and currently has a pending domestic violence case in which he is charged with one count of kidnapping, one count of domestic assault and battery, and two counts of domestic assault and battery by strangulation.

Both Tiger and Jenkins are held in the Tulsa County Jail.

If convicted of the charges of which they are accused, the defendants face serious consequences:

  • Manufacturing child pornography carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
  • Sexual abuse of a child under 12 is a felony sex crime punishable by a minimum of 25 years in prison and a maximum life sentence. It is a Level 3 sex offense, the highest sex offender tier and considered to be the highest risk category of offense. If convicted of a Level 3 sex crime, a person is required by the Oklahoma Sex Offender Registration Act to register as a sex offender for life.

Both child pornography and child sexual abuse are 85 percent crimes. Whatever sentence the defendants are given if convicted, they must serve at least 85 percent of that sentence before becoming eligible for parole.



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