Arrest made in Payne County after woman killed in hit-and-run
The Rogers County sheriff said a woman was killed when she got into an argument with a man who later left in a pickup truck, running her over and dragging her body for several feet.
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#1 Feb 20, 2012
Another photo op for the wonderful Rogers County sheriff..... The Oklahoma Highway Patrol conducts these types of investigations and yet it's Scott Walton who sits himself in front of the microphones and cameras. Why is that? If I were the actual investigating agency, I would be telling Walton to butt out and take care of his own business. You can bet that the RCSO had nothing to do with this investigation, other than their boss strutting as usual.
#2 Feb 20, 2012
And all he does is release misinformation. What a wac job.
#3 Feb 21, 2012
Is it the RCSO policy that the sheriff makes all of the media releases? Does that mean that the sheriff gets out of bed and drives to every major crime scene to personally supervise his people? Does that mean that his field supervisors cannot do that kind of scene investigation? Does the sheriff think that he alone needs to make all news releases, even when other agencies may have the lead role? Just some questions about RCSO policy...if there are any!
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