An Oklahoma City man charged with possessing juvenile pornography confessed to driving to Delaware County to engaged in a sexual encounter with a teen boy and then attempted to use false documents to enroll in the Grove School District.   Nicholas Washmon, 20, is charged in Delaware County District Court with transmitting information by computer for purposes of sexual conduct with minor, pornography – procure, produce, distribute, possession of juvenile pornography, filing a false or forged instrument and a misdemeanor charge of harassment.   He is referred to as an “Oklahoma City runaway” and is being held on $80,000 bail, court records show.   Washmon was reportedly representing himself to be 16-years-old and sending texts to a juvenile girl saying he wanted to kill himself, according to an arrest affidavit.    Delaware County Sheriff Harlan Moore referred a request for a jailhouse interview with Washmon to his court appointed attorney, Kathy Baker, who didn’t return phone calls or messages.   After Washmon was located by sheriff’s deputies on April 1 he confessed to having identification papers saying he was 16-years-old and that he “was trying to enroll in school,” the affidavit states.   Sandy Coaly, Grove Schools Superintendent, declined to comment if Washmon had successfully enrolled in the school district city school citing confidentiality policies.   “I need one and a half years of high school. That is why I have those fake documents,” Washmon told deputies, the affidavit states.   Washmon said he intended to enroll in Grove High School as a juvenile using fake documents, the affidavit states.   The Oklahoma City man said he recently met a juvenile male on the dating website “Meet Me” and had represented himself to be 16-years-old, the affidavit states.    The two exchanged sexually explicit photographs and there was sexual contact between the man and teenage boy, the affidavit states.     Washmon confessed he drove from Oklahoma City to Delaware County for the purposes of having sex with the teen, the affidavit states.   He is to return to court on Wednesday, April 19, court records show.