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Grandmother charged with murder after toddler stabbed, found dead inside oven
UPDATE: Woman accused of stabbing, cooking granddaughter in oven identified>>pic.twitter.com/Tv2XXOoLwY— wdam (@wdam)October 17, 2018
Shawnee woman arrested after allegedly setting abandoned motel on fire
Firefighters with the Shawnee Fire Department responded to the abandoned Cinderella Motel, located in the 600 block of Kickapoo Spur, following reports of a fire in the enclosed courtyard area.
Former McLoud Police Officer Arrested On Sex Crime Charges
McLOUD, Oklahoma -A former McLoud police officer was arrested on oral sodomy charges in Pottawatomie County.Justin Rahlf was arrested Tuesday on one count of forcible oral sodomy and one count of indecent exposure. The McLoud Police Department said they received credible information in September tha
Police looking for witnesses after party ends with a man in the hospital
The victim, identified as 23-year-old Gavin Patterson, sustained serious head injuries, according to his mother who spoke with News 4 on Tuesday.
Court Documents Reveal Details In Fatality Crash On I-35 In Edmond
According to the documents Bryan Perry, a local cardiologist was slurring his speech, and was even "combative" with law enforcement following the crash.
Oklahoma man attacks woman and her daughter with a pipe wrench
“As she was standing there she heard a big bang,” said Undersheriff Phil Blevins with Grady County. “She looked up, she saw that her brother-in-law had used a wrench, a big pipe wrench, and had hit the windshield of her husband’s vehicle.”
Police: Man accused of rape, kidnapping in southeast Oklahoma City
The victim says she screamed at Balleza to stop, but he allegedly refused her requests and wouldn't let her get away from him, according to police.
Shawnee police investigating dozens of credit card fraud cases
“I basically cried when I found out they took the rest of my money. I was like all right, I’ve got a week of fall break and I can’t do anything,” said one of the victims, Chantel Jones.
Police investigating report of teen girls being recorded in dressing room
The report states that while they were in their underwear, a woman knocked on the door and asked if a man was with them. When they said no, the woman told them that a man was using a phone to record them in the dressing room.
Thieves Steal Credit Card Information From Newalla Grocery Store
“By the end of the day yesterday, I had about 16 or so reports from different victims. And as of now, I'm up to probably around 25,” Detective Jason Crouch with Shawnee Police Department said.
OKC metro grocery store customers fall victim to ATM-card skimmer
"I posted saying, 'If you stop at Stella's on 149th and Peebley, don't use your cards,'" Wells said. "Pay with cash. It was amazing over 300 people commented saying it also happened to them."
Neighbors Take Issue With Noise Surrounding Pott. County Pecan Farm
“I think it’s just people that don’t understand agriculture. They weren’t there when we started this…we just have to protect our investment, protect ourselves,” Smith said.
Meeker family familiar with polio-like symptoms, illnesses afflicting number of children
MEEKER, Okla. - Robynn Briggs Stell was surprised to hear that a number of people with polio-like symptoms were popping up across the country, as her own daughter was diagnosed with the rare disease nearly two years ago.
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Twelve Honored For Courage Against Domestic Violence
David Hammer, right, with the District Attorney's Office, recounts the brave acts of Bethel senior Billian Burge, 17, left, and his friends Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, before presenting them with awards during the 2018 Pottawatomie and Lincoln County CCR Team Domestic Violence Awareness Ceremony and Awar
Ada police captain honored for work against domestic violence
“Throughout his distinguished career, Captain Jason Potter has defined heroism,” Hunter said. “With more than two decades at the Ada Police Department and helping crime victims as an advocate, he goes above and beyond the call of duty to assist those in need.
2 Sears Stores In Oklahoma To Close As Company Files For Bankruptcy
Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses. Sears once dominated the American retail landscape. But the big question is whether its shrunken version can be viable or will be forced to go out of business, ending the final chapter f
Authorities searching for inmate who walked away from Oklahoma correctional center
Rodriguez was serving Tulsa County sentences for possession of stolen vehicle, possession of a sawed-off shotgun/rifle, drug possession, and committing a felony with a firearm that had its serial number removed.
“This is scary,” Elderly Oklahoma woman robbed at gunpoint in her own home
“We're here all of the time, but we heard this frantic 'bam bam bam bam' on the door and I told my wife 'Let me go with you. I don't want you to go by yourself and open that door,'” said a neighbor.
OKCPD Identify Serial Robbery Suspect, Ask For Public’s Help
Authorities said a warrant has been issued for Lawrence Washington, 56 also known as "Bootsy." Investigators said they followed up on every lead that came in. As of now, Washington is not in custody.