Former Logan Co. Deputy Turns Himself In Following Arrest Warrant

Friday, January 21st 2022, 5:45 pm

LOGAN COUNTY, Oklahoma -

A former Logan County deputy has turned himself in to police on Friday due to a warrant out for his arrest, according to Logan County Sheriff's Office.

The former deputy's name is Christopher Andrews. He is being charged with sending sexual text messages to a 17-year-old.

His bail was set at $50,000, which he posted and was bonded out.

The sheriff's office said Andrews filled in as a school resource officer at Guthrie high school, but has now been fired.

Investigators said the inappropriate messages took place between June and Sep. of 2021.

If he's found guilty, Andrews could face up to 10 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000, or both.

But this is not the only criminal investigation going on at Guthrie schools.

Right now, there's a total of three separate cases.

Another case involves a district staff member.

Multiple students tell News 9 they know the employee, and their alleged inappropriate behavior was reported years ago.

Students tell us that this employee would go into girls' locker rooms unannounced.

The final investigation is ongoing with a 43-year-old teacher accused of sending inappropriate Instagram messages to students.