Daniel Holtzclaw’s Inmate File Deleted

Former Oklahoma police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was sentenced to 263 years in prison for raping and sexually assaulting several women.

But there’s no record of his transgressions, or any information about him in the state’s online Department of Corrections inmate logs.

The last known location for Holtzclaw was the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center for intake Tuesday. State officials have cited security precautions as the reason why they won’t disclose Holtzclaw’s location.

“We are not going to comment,” DOC spokeswoman Terri Watkins told KFOR-TV. “It is a matter of security.”

An online profile for the ex-cop’s inmate status would have included his mug shot, charges and the location of his incarceration.

Watkins assured Holtzclaw has not left custody since his sentencing. About a dozen state institutions could house Holtzclaw.

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