Mallory: real story on missing sex offender | News
KINGFISHER, Okla. -- There are startling new details in the search for a sex offender. Authorities say the 35-year-old Kingfisher County man is on the run with his 14-year-old niece. Family members are revealing the pair have had an ongoing sexual relationship for a while now.
Matthew Mallory disappeared last week.
He's wanted on a child abandonment charge.
Authorities say his niece, Ariel, is with him.
Monday, Mallory's car was found abandoned south of San Antonio, along a river bed in Bexar County.
"Worried, that's it. Just want her to come back home," Brittany Mallory said, the girl's sister.
Brittany and Josh Mallory are anxiously waiting to hear from their little sister.
Authorities say Ariel and her uncle are on the run, eluding US Marshals, choppers and K9s.
As the search continues near San Antonio, at a Kingfisher home, a brother and sister told us about an incestuous relationship between the 14 and 35 year old.
A relationship they say, started as a friendship, before Ariel was a teenager.
"They just started to talk, bond, spend every moment with each other. I don't think it was like sexual then. I think it was when she got older and developed, like looking more like a woman," brother Josh Mallory said.
Family members tell us the two are now new parents to a baby girl.
Authorities have not confirmed the allegations, but sources tell us the Department of Human Services recently removed an infant from the home.
Authorities say Mallory is armed and dangerous; a fugitive with a criminal history that dates back to 1995.
Mallory was convicted of rape, assault and battery, to name a few.
Family members worry the teen is in danger.
Josh made a plea to his sister, "Ariel, just come back."
US Marshals believe it's only a matter of time before they catch up with Mallory.
They believe he's on foot, out of money, out of food and hopefully out of time.
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