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Vinita Police Officer Charged with Rape

 VINITA, Okla._A longtime Oklahoma police officer is behind bars and off the job after prosecutors say he had sex with his girlfriend's teenage daughter.  


Court records show 35-year-old Sean Floyd, a sergeant with the Vinita Police Department, was charged Thursday with several counts of rape, sodomy and lewd acts with a child younger than 16.


An affidavit said he also sent a text message to the teenager victim's phone demanding she be naked and ready for him in bed. The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation said Floyd has been on the Vinita police force for 13 years.  


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