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'You can kill me if you want to': Lawton man admits to inappropriately touching girl

Carlos Orellana-Cabrera (Source Lawton Police Department) Carlos Orellana-Cabrera (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –A Lawton man was charged after he admitted to touching a young girl in his care.

Lawton police were called to a home on the 1600 block of Northwest 13th Street on a possible child molestation case around midnight Feb 6. They say 41-year-old Carlos Orellana-Cabrera inappropriately touched a 14-year-old girl in his care and asked to see her breasts while the two were watching a movie.

The child went into a bedroom and called her mother, who was at the work. The mother in turn called police on her way home. She told police once she got home, Orellana-Cabrera told her “You can kill me if you want to.”

Once police showed up at the home, they found Orellana-Cabrera sitting on the couch with his head between his knees. He admitted that he messed up and told them to take him to jail. When he was asked about the specifics, he declined and said he was done talking.

He was arrested for lewd or indecent acts to a child under 16 and booked into the Lawton City Jail.

He was charged for the crime on Feb. 9 and is being held on a $100,000 bond.

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