Nicholas Washmon, 20, charged with possessing juvenile pornography confessed to driving to Delaware County to engaged in a sexual encounter with a teen boy and then attempted to falsely enroll in the Grove School District.

An Oklahoma City man with a history of sexually related complaints who attempted to enroll in the Grove School District as a 16-year-old student waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will appear in court in July where a trial date will be set.

Nicholas Washmon, 20, appeared on Wednesday, June 21, in Delaware County District Court in Jay for a preliminary hearing.

Washmon is charged with transmitting information by computer for purposes of sexual conduct with a minor, pornography – procure, produce, distribute, possession of juvenile pornography, filing a false or forged instrument and a misdemeanor charge of harassment.

He was also charged later associated with those charged with perjury and knowingly concealing stolen property and conspiracy to destroy evidence, both misdemeanors.

Washmon’s district court arraignment was waived and the court ordered him to return on July 24 for a felony disposition docket.

About Washmon

Referred to as an “Oklahoma City runaway” Washmon represented himself to be 16-years-old and confessed he drove from Oklahoma City to Delaware County for the purposes of having sex with a juvenile male, according to an arrest affidavit.

The Oklahoma City man also confessed he had met the juvenile on the dating website “Meet Me,” the affidavit states. The two exchanged sexually explicit photographs and there was sexual contact between the man and teenage boy, the affidavit states.

Washmon said he intended to enroll in Grove High School as a juvenile using fake documents because he lacked one and a half years of high school left of getting his high school diploma, the affidavit states.

Sandy Coaly, Grove Schools Superintendent, previously declined to comment on the situation citing confidentiality policies.

Washmon is being held on $87,000 bail, in the Delaware County Jail, court records show.