Former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw convicted of sex crimes ‘disappears’ from prison database

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw has disappeared from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections website, according to KFOR.

Holtzclaw was convicted of raping women while on duty and last week was sentenced to 263 years in prison.

Now, it appears Holtzclaw has been deleted from a website that shows criminal convictions, mug shots and incarceration locations.

KFOR inquired about his whereabouts and Oklahoma Department of Corrections spokesperson Terri Watkins would only say, “We are not going to comment, it is a matter of security.”

Watkins did assure Holtzclaw is still in custody.

On Tuesday, this was on the Department of Corrections’ website:


A few days later, the website was checked again and this is what was, a website designed to keep crime victims informed of the whereabouts of convicted felons, also holds no clue on Holtzclaw’s location.



Later on, this is what showed up. His whereabouts are still unknown.