Citizen Report No. 1670085944 - 778145386

Christopher Bryant

100 South Washington
Ardmore, OK 73401
United States

Date of Offense

January 8, 2020



Supporting Document(s)


CLEET #: 0022498

License Type: Fulltime Peace Officer

License Status: Active

License Effective Date: 08/18/2017

License Expiry Date: N/A

On or about January 8, 2020, a concerned individual contacted Sheriff Bryant via text to inquire as to which deputy may have "lost" their badge in an effort to return it to the Sheriff. 

The Sheriff, Bryant, acknowledges his awareness that the badge may have been "stolen" and then stated that it was back in the custody of the sheriff's department.  The statement was false, as the badge was in the custody of the reporting party at the time of the statement.  The individual informed him that the badge was not in the custody of the Sheriff's Office and requested that arrangements be made for it's return.  As of December 2, 2022, the Sheriff's office, has yet to make any effort, arrangements, or follow up to retrieve the badge.

The conversation also indicates the possibility that a second unaccounted for badge may possibly in the possession of  "a felon".  

Attached photo #1 shows the statement in the 1/08/2020 text conversation made by Sheriff Bryant.

Attached photo # 2 (taken 12/02/2022) shows that the badge is not in the Sheriff Office's custody as stated by Sheriff Bryant.

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Definition of Offense(s)

False statements by a police officer fall under the category of police misconduct and refer to instances where a police officer deliberately makes false or misleading statements under oath, in official reports, or in any other official capacity.

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