GUYMON, OK - New information released in a criminal complaint filed against Tennessee kidnapping suspect Tad Cummins reveals he and 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas stayed in Guymon, OK.
According to the complaint, on April 1, investigators received information from Wyndham Hotels and Resorts that Cummins booked a Super 8 motel in Guymon on March 16 and 17. A local FBI agent went to the motel and confirmed the information. The agent also learned the room Cummins rented only had one bed.
Federal court documents obtained by sister station WMCTV in Memphis detail the pair's stop and purchases at a Guymon Walmart, including "women's razors, chocolate, cheese cubes, and KY Jelly, a commonly used lubricant for sexual intercourse."
The details are part of Acting U.S. Attorney Jack Smith's criminal complaint of Cummins' alleged transportation of a minor across state lines for criminal sexual intercourse.
Cummins and Thomas were captured on the Guymon Walmart's surveillance cameras.
It wasn't until Thursday that the two were seen again in Cecilville, Calif., where Cummins was arrested. Two loaded handguns were recovered at the cabin, along with personal items belonging to the pair.
Cummins' sister, Daphne Quinn, released this statement about the arrest:
Cummins is being held at the Siskiyou County Jail without bond. He is awaiting extradition to Tennessee, where he will be charged with sexual contact with a minor and aggravated kidnapping.