TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police said they received a 911 call on Monday from a woman saying she'd been been threatened with arrest by a Tulsa police officer in return for sexual favors.
The victim stated she met this man online. He came to her hotel room and allegedly handcuffed her and stated she was under arrest, then requested sexual favors. She said the suspect stated he was an undercover officer, and his badge was 'in the car' but he appeared to have a firearm concealed on his hip. The victim called 911 and the suspect fled the scene.
Tulsa police said the victim obtained the suspect's tag number as he fled the scene. Officers from the Special Investigations Division Human Trafficking and Vice Unit were able to identify the suspect as Trent Bain.
TPD confirms Bain is in no way employed by or associated with the Tulsa Police Department or any other law enforcement agency.
Officers served a search warrant at Bain’s home in Jenks. They located a silver 'concealed-carry' badge purchased from Army Surplus on Bain as well as a firearm in his home. Authorities arrested Bain on charges of kidnapping and impersonating a police officer. During an interview with Human Trafficking and Vice officers, Bain stated he had a similar encounter with a different woman he had met online on Feb. 28.
Officers have reason to believe there could possibly be other victims. Victims are encouraged to contact the Human Trafficking and Vice Unit if they have been contacted by Bain at 918-586-6333.
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