By JOSH NEWTON
A 20-year-old Tahlequah man entered a plea agreement this week and received a deferred sentence for abduction of a person under 21.
Davin Vagn Jorgensen was charged last year with second-degree rape, abduction, and obstructing an officer.
According to a minute order filed Wednesday, the rape charge was dismissed with court costs. Jorgensen pleaded guilty to the abduction charge and received a five-year deferred sentence and District Attorney supervision for two years.
He pleaded no contest to the obstruction charge and was given a one-year deferred sentence, along with costs. Jorgensen was also ordered to attend relationship counseling.
Prosecutors alleged Jorgensen took a 14-year-old girl away from her mother last year, without the consent of the girl’s parents and for the purpose of committing a crime involving moral turpitude.
The obstruction charge alleged Jorgensen hid in a closet when Sheriff’s Deputy Jarrick Snyder looked for him.