“The idea behind the fliers was to make the immediate community aware of the danger and to place additional pressure on the alleged criminal sex trafficking organization,” said Bates.
Apparently the ring felt the pressure right away as they were seen hurriedly loading luggage and personal items into their vehicles and fleeing the neighborhood.
The Oklahoma County District Attorney’s office is reportedly looking into whether or not Coulter and his co-defendants have violated their bond agreement by continuing to associate with one another.
According to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Coulter is already serving suspended sentences for possession of drugs (through 8/16/2015) and maintaining a drug house (through 3/9/2013). No reason has been given as to why Coulter’s current racketeering charges have not violated his current suspended sentences and resulted in his incarceration.
Additionally, word has come to JohnTV that Coulter has already agreed to a plea deal in exchange for a 20-year prison sentence but is still manipulating the system to give him up to an additional year and a half on the streets victimizing young girls.