Jury rules man not guilty of rape
A Cleveland County District Court jury on Thursday found a 31-year-old man not guilty of first-degree rape....
Police ask for help identifying robbers
The Norman Police Department responded to an armed robbery that occurred at Check ’n Go, 1233 Alameda St., at 11:22 a.m. Thursday. Upon arrival, officers determined that two male suspects, one of them brandishing a knife, entered the ...
Jury trial under way for man accused of first-degree rape
Cleveland County District Court has been busy with several jury trials over the past week and will continue this week....
1 injured in Norman house fire; damages estimated at $15K
As Norman firefighters extinguished a house fire Wednesday, one woman was taken away on a stretcher. The fire was called in shortly before noon at 604 Nebraska St. Fire and smoke was visible when crews arrived on scene. Several neighbors ...
Norman police on saturation patrol
The Norman Police Department will concentrate additional patrol efforts in the areas bordered by Berry Road, 24th Avenue Southwest, Main Street and Lindsey Street this month. Officers will focus their efforts on the reduction of traffic ...
Duo charged with burglary
Two Oklahoma City 33-year-olds received charges Friday after their arrests on suspicion of burglaries in Newcastle and Goldsby....
OKC man found guilty
A Cleveland County District Court jury this week found an Oklahoma City man guilty of second degree burglary for a summer break-in at the former Perfect Swing building in southeast Norman....
Family thankful for support after house fire
A Slaughterville family is thankful for all of the support they have received over the week after they lost their home in a fire Jan. 24 at 48th Avenue Southeast near Cemetery Road. Jami LaVon-Butts said several people have dropped off ...
Police responded to the following incidents Wednesday: · 3:19 a.m. larceny report, 1200 block of West Lindsey Street · 8:03 a.m. vandalism, 1700 block of Village Drive · 8:28 a.m. stolen vehicle, 800 block of ...
Victim’s family wants justice
As the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate the death of woman in Newalla, the woman’s family is speaking up in an attempt to find out the truth behind her death. Melissa Henderson, 35, died Jan. 12 after being run ...
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