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Recent Crime News
Yesterday | via News9 Oklahoma City
Police arrested David Pruner, 34, inside the Budget Inn Motel - after both he, his car, and unique Indian Nation's license plate were spotted at the Chapel Hill Cemetery. The person who reported him to police stated Pruner was hanging around the graves and that he saw him take three vases with him. Comment?
Thursday | via NewsOK.com
Morgan claims business has "quadrupled" with people from out of state coming to the range and some even offering donations for what they predict will be a legal battle. She also said she has been threatened, which she responded to by posting her home address on the range website and daring those issuing threats to do so in person. Comment?
Friday Jan 23 | via NewsOK.com
For Steve Scott of Norman, who produces two popular big game hunting shows, attending the SHOT Show each January is like having a second Christmas. "There are several things I have identified here I really want to get my hands on because I know they are going to help me in the field," said Scott of the shooting and outdoors industry trade show where companies introduce their new product lines for the year. Comment?
Monday Jan 19 | via News9 Oklahoma City
Police in Norman are investigating a reported shooting that allegedly took place in a residential neighborhood just after noon on Monday. Police officers responded to the scene in the 100 block of E. Mosier St. at 12:09 p.m. Two young adult males told the officers that they were walking down the street when a dark vehicle drove by and fired several shots at them. Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via NewsOK.com
According to a court affidavit, Fitzgerald was an employee at the hospital when the incidents occurred in October. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 31 | via KTUL-TV Tulsa
A Norman police officer has been cleared in the shooting death of a 34-year-old man who approached the officer with a hammer. In a letter sent this week to the Norman Police Department, Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn said his office's review of the Dec. 14 shooting determined the use of force was "justified and appropriate under the law." Comment?
Dec 29, 2014 | via KOCO-TV Oklahoma City
Norman police are investigating a reported break-in and burglary at the Campus Lodge Apartments over the weekend, which has left some University of Oklahoma students on edge. 3 NEW TONIGHT AT SIX A CLOCK, STUDENTS OUT OF TOWN FOR WINTER BREAK WILL COME HOME TO AN UNHAPPY SURPRISE. Comment?
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