Feds to talk about Indian Country corruption
The U.S. Attorney in Muskogee is expected to announce details of corruption in Indian Country during a news conference.
E911 Trust Authority hires legal counsel
The Roges County E911 Trust Authority officially hired Jim Orbison Thursday as legal counsel.
Deputies uncover dog fighting videos while serving search warrant
Deputies from the Rogers County Thug Task Force obtained graphic dog fighting videos along with marijuana and paraphernalia while serving a search warrant Tuesday afternoon at a Claremore residence.
District Court receives Bar Foundation grant
Trustees of the Oklahoma Bar Foundation (OBF) recently approved grant awards to 13 district courts across Oklahoma totaling $89,375.
Marijuana arrest leads to grow house
Claremore Police officers arrested a Tulsa man early Wednesday morning in response to a burglary alarm activated inside the Buy n Bye business at 601 E. Will Rogers Blvd.
Man arrested after bus barn break-in
Claremore Police arrested Randolph White, 28, after he broke into the Claremore Bus Barn in an attempt to steal a school Suburban. Officers were dispatched around 8:30 a.m. on June 21, according to the incident report.
Fingerprinting hours expanded for concealed carry apps
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office now offers fingerprinting for concealed weapon applicants on Tuesday evenings and every other weekend.
Courthouse vandalized, woman arrested
The Rogers County Courthouse received an unwelcome addition to the new building after being vandalized over the holiday weekend.
Naked sunbather reveals bigger issue
Rogers County deputies arrested Robert Brown, 28, Claremore, Monday after a report cited he was sunbathing naked in his yard.
Residents advised to beware of home repair fraud
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office is advising county residents to be aware of possible home repair fraud after one Oologah man reported an incident on June 17.
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