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Recent Crime News
Friday | via KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
Police say it happened about 4:30 p.m. at a home in the 3400 block of 120th Avenue SE, the former Little River Zoo. Officers say they received third-party information that an individual was being held against their will inside a residence on the property. Comment?
Friday | via News9 Oklahoma City
Norman police arrested 37-year-old Larry Rouse at the abandoned Little River Zoo, 3406 120th Ave, where police say a woman was possibly being held against her will. Rouse is in the Cleveland County Detention Center and is being booked for kidnapping, rape, and possession of a firearm. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 27 | via Neil Cornrich
By Chip Rouse July 26, 2016 Big 12 Media Days, which every year serves as the unofficial start of the college football season for Big 12 teams and fans, has come and gone. What's left now is the opening of preseason training camp for Oklahoma football and the nine other Big 12 squads in a couple of weeks and getting down to business for 2016. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 26 | via Courthouse News Service
A woman sued an Oklahoma Sooner running back who received a 1-year deferred sentence for punching her in the face at a restaurant. Oklahoma University running back Joe Mixon punched Amelia Molitor in the face at Pickleman's Gourmet Cafe in Norman, Okla. Comment?
Monday Jul 25 | via News9 Oklahoma City
On Friday agents with the OSBI and Noble Police arrested Melissa Clark at her home daycare and Noble. This after a child was transported to a Tulsa hospital after being admitted to a Norman hospital first. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via The Daily Caller
This week's fiftysomething female high school teacher facing a preliminary hearing for allegedly providing oral sex to a 17-year-old male teen during a big night on the town is Sandra Mayfield. In an affidavit, local police explain that the teen, who attends Moore High, was a willing participant in the oral sex he received. Comment?
Monday Jul 11 | via The New Zealand Herald
In the face of unspeakable tragedy, Dallas Police Chief David Brown has won over America with his grace, passion and gentle humour. Now Twitter wants the man who received death threats just after the fatal shooting of five of his police officers by Micah Johnson to run for president. Comment?
Sunday Jul 10 | via Daily Mail
Dallas Police chief's son shot dead a policeman before being fatally fired at by officers in a haunting string of gun violence relating to the top cop which has also left his former partner and brother dead In 2010, his son shot dead a Lancaster police officer and another man, before being fatally shot more than a dozen times 'We're hurting,' said Dallas Police chief David Brown Sr, in the aftermath of the shooting spree that killed five police officers and injured seven. But few will be able to understand the intensity of loss as much as him. Comment?
Saturday Jul 9 | via Newsday
Few people understand loss better than David Brown, the Dallas police chief who stood before television cameras Friday morning and said, "We are heartbroken." Even before five police officers were killed Thursday at the site of a Black Lives Matter protest where seven other people were wounded, Brown had become all-too familiar with grief, pummeled by it again and again in his career and personal life. Comment?
Friday Jul 8 | via Chicago Tribune
During a news conference Friday, Dallas Police Chief David Brown collects himself while talking about Thursday night's deadly shooting. During a news conference Friday, Dallas Police Chief David Brown collects himself while talking about Thursday night's deadly shooting. Comment?
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