FOX23’s Abbie Alford talked the mother of Webster’s first victim.
The last time she saw the man who molested her three-year-old daughter
was in a Sequoyah County courtroom in 2008.
In exchange for a guilty plea Webster was given a 15-year suspended sentence.
"I could never tell my daughter with a straight face that he was behind bars because he wasn't as far as I knew," says Donna.
Webster was far from behind bars. Investigators say Webster was on the run and hiding from the law. He failed to register as a sex offender and was accused of molesting a four-year-old girl in Muskogee County earlier this year.
However, he couldn’t be found. Marshal’s suspect there is other victims since he’s known to have talent for gaining the trust of parents.
"I felt so played because when he did it to me I thought he was being sincere,” says Donna.
Webster was a neighbor’s friend and he got so close to Donna’s kids they called him “Uncle”. For a single parent the prospect of a trustworthy free babysitter was too good to pass up.
"What single mother wouldn't take free babysitting from someone that the trust and I did trust him and that was a mistake," says Donna.
A mistake she discovered much to her horror when her little girl started sharing with mom and grandma how “Uncle” had been touching her.
“To find out that it was all a lie that it wasn't just an opportunity that approached that he planned all of that out to get to my children that just infuriates me,” says Donna.
Webster was listed on the Sequoyah County Sex Offender Registry, but he was not listed on the State Sex Offender Registry or the delinquent registry.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says if the offender is back in custody they may be taken down.
However, he wasn’t’ posted the day Webster was arrested.
FOX23 News will check to see if this was an oversight or if there was a reason he flew under the radar.