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Ryan Coventon

Jun 12, 2013

Bond was set at $150,000 for a Bartlesville man accused of multiple felony offenses, including lewd molestation, DUI, child endangerment, child neglect, driving with a suspended license, and eluding police. read more

Jun 05, 2013

A former Oklahoma State University student charged with sexually assaulting four other students while they slept has waived his right to a preliminary hearing. read more

Apr 30, 2013

An Oklahoma man who spent 84 days in jail for a rape he did not commit is planning to sue for wrongful arrest and detention. Tommy Braden, of Sapulpa, was arrested on April 6, 2012, after being accused of the brutal rape of his girlfriend's 4-year-old daughter. Braden proclaimed his innocence and begged the Creek County Sheriff's Office to conduct a DNA test, but they refused. According to Braden's attorney, the Sheriff's Office said they were not going to do a DNA test because it was a "waste of taxpayers' dollars." Eventually, the accused man's sex crimes defense lawyer got a judge to approve a DNA test, and the evidence cleared Braden of the crime on July 3, approximately three months after his wrongful arrest. read more

Apr 24, 2013

An investigation into the dealings of a Coweta, Oklahoma, strip club has led to the arrest of two people accused of operating a brothel. Police say the owner of the Secret Cavern strip club and a woman believed to be his wife were arrested after a four-month-long investigation. The ABLE Commission, District 27 Drug Task Force, Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, and other law enforcement agencies began investigating the strip club at the urging of local residents who said more was going on at the club than just dancing. read more

Apr 17, 2013

An Oklahoma man was arrested on a complaint of possession of child pornography after a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children led state investigators to him. read more

Apr 12, 2013

In late 2011, Dr. Medhat Michael was accused by his employees of sexual harassment and charged with sexual battery. Earlier this week, those employees testified at Dr. Michael preliminary hearing, alleging that the physician made numerous inappropriate comments and repeatedly touched, hugged, and grabbed them at his office in Edmond, Oklahoma. read more

Feb 25, 2013

The recent arrest of a former Norman Public Schools special education teacher's aide has parents fuming, saying that they addressed complaints about the man's alleged propensity for violence and misconduct multiple times over the course of his employment but their complaints were ignored. read more

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