EDMOND, Okla. - An Oklahoma City metro father is accused of supplying a girls' slumber party with wine coolers and cocaine.
Phillip Seibel, 39, was arrested this week on four complaints of child abuse and seven complaints of possession of a controlled dangerous substance in the presence of children under 12. Sheriff's deputies said Seibel provided four girls who were staying at his Deer Creek home with drugs and alcohol.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's office began investigating the case after Seibel called 911 on Monday night to report he was being harassed by two men outside his home. Seibel told deputies the men continued to call him on his cell phone after he went inside, according to deputies' report.
Seibel told the officers he thought the men were upset about a recent business deal that had gone bad. Deputies used the caller ID on Seibel's cell phone to call the contact the men.
The men told deputies they had gone to Seibel's house after learning that Seibel had provided their daughters with cocaine and wine coolers during a slumber party at his home, according to the deputies' report.
Deputies took statements from the parents and children and returned to Seibel's house to arrest him. Seibel remained in the Oklahoma County jail Friday morning on $56,000 bail.