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Woman to cops: I think my meth is laced
A 54-year-old Enid woman is facing felony drug charges after allegedly calling police earlier in the week and telling them she thought her methamphetamine was laced with something. Woman to officer: "I'm glad you came."
Former officer involved in high-speed chase makes court appearance
Alcohol and drug paraphernali was found in the vehicle driven by Edward Lynn Dominic, a probationary officer with North Enid Police Department and the North Enid police chief's son.
Former Autry superintendent takes CareerTech reins
She will take on her duties as interim director Aug. 15, the date that State Director Robert Sommers’ resignation takes effect.
Skydiver dies during WWII-style jump in Oklahoma
What happened? "What aggravates me is, Jim Yost would be severely (irked) right now by the implication that he was not doing something right." — Col. Raymond Steeley
Arizona inmate dies 2 hours after execution began
The case has highlighted scrutiny surrounding lethal injections after two controversial ones. An Ohio inmate executed in January snorted and gasped during the 26 minutes it took him to die. In Oklahoma, an inmate died of a heart attack in April, minutes after prison officials halted his execution because the drugs weren't being administered properly.
August muddy: Enid Mud Volleyball Tournament to raise money for Miracle League
“There’s only one other mud volleyball tournament that takes place in Oklahoma, and we wanted to provide something different for this area,” said Valerie Nelson, 4RKIDS Foundation board member and Enid Mud Volleyball event chair.
- The small town of Ames opens ‘special’ splash pad
‘Guns n’ Hoses’ drive Saturday
Enid Police Department and Enid Fire Department will host a blood drive beginning at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Central Fire Station.
Superintendent campaign ‘dark money’ info scarce
The nonprofit Oklahomans for Public School Excellence, created in May, failed to file the paperwork before the June 24 election as required by state ethics rules.
Preliminary rescheduled: Fuston accused in 2012 shooting death of Heath Crites
Ronnie Eugene Fuston, 21, was charged in Garfield County March 1, 2013, with the shooting death of Heath Crites Dec. 22, 2012. He also was bound over for trial in another murder case in Oklahoma County.
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