Judge suspends 9 years of Hannah’s 20 year manslaughter sentence
Rogers County District Judge Dwayne Steidley decreased the sentence Monday of a man responsible for the death of a young father and his infant son in a 2011 drunk driving crash.
Tri-County CASA seeks additional volunteers as child abuse cases increase
From 2010-2013, Oklahoma has seen an increase in children entering foster care. According to Oklahoma Department of Human Services reports, approximately 11,000 children are in state’s custody because of child abuse or neglect — 4,000 in the Tulsa area alone and more than 100 in Rogers County.
Man uncovers mortar shell at Rogers State
A mortar round found on campus at Rogers State University Saturday morning was determined to be only a harmless “practice round,” according to Claremore police.
Deputies take oath after completing safety training program Below 100
Rogers County Sheriff’s Office deputies were sworn in Wednesday following their participation in the day long officer safety training program, Below 100.
E911 Authority expresses frustration
Members of the Rogers County Enhanced E911 Trust Authority expressed their frustration Thursday with the lack of a county-wide dispatch service contract, emphasizing the need for such a contract to garner confidence and participation from local agencies and municipalities.
Claremore PD officers commended for assisting residents during house fire
Claremore Police officers Chad Rohr and Jordan Keesler received commendation letters Friday morning for their actions during a house fire on March 23 at the corner of Seminole and Eighth Street.
Police dispose of grenade replicas found in home
The Tulsa Police Department Bomb Squad properly disposed of two replica grenades found in a vacant Claremore home Friday.
5 arrested in substantial drug bust
Claremore Police officers arrested five individuals involved in the buying and selling of heroin.
Former Claremore Vet Center physician assistant’s arraignment set
An arraignment has been set for former physician assistant Kenneth Adams, who is accused in the deaths of two veterans at Claremore’s Veterans Center.
STAND OFF: Two suspected burglars arrested following six-hour standoff
Two suspects were arrested for burglary complaints after a six-hour-long standoff Saturday on North Faulkner Drive in Claremore.
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