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Judge Drops Lewd Act Charges Against Del City Man

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According to authorities, on Wednesday, February 12, all lewd act charges against 55-year-old Glenn Ray Auldridge have been dismissed. According to authorities, on Wednesday, February 12, all lewd act charges against 55-year-old Glenn Ray Auldridge have been dismissed.
DEL CITY, Oklahoma -

A judge has dropped all charges against a Del City man accused of performing lewd acts with a young child.

According to authorities, on Wednesday, February 12, all lewd act charges against 55-year-old Glenn Ray Auldridge have been dismissed.

According to a police report, the Department of Human Services (DHS) received a complaint back in September, 2013 about some very inappropriate behavior. The report stated that Auldridge committed a lewd indecent act with one of his foster children inside his bedroom, and also in the bathroom.

10/31/2013 Related Story: Del City Dad Accused Of Lewd Acts With Foster Child

Those who know him say the allegations are preposterous.

News 9 Reporter Adrianna Iwasinski contacted the District Attorney's Office to find out why the charges were dropped against Auldridge. We have not received a response at this time.

We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

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