TULSA, Okla. — Law enforcement says there is a loophole in the law that allows convicted sexual predators to legally be at your child’s school bus stop.
After learning of the oversight, following an incident in April, FOX23 went to police and lawmakers to find out what they are doing about it.
Adams wants to give other sex offenders a reason to stay away, so he went to Oklahoma State Rep. Ross Ford.
“It really upsets me that we have let that fall through the cracks,” Ford told FOX23.
Ford is planning to address the issue in next year’s legislative session by amending the current law.
“I think the easiest way to get this accomplished is to add a paragraph in there that says a sex offender cannot be at a bus stop without a reason,” he says.