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Additional charges have been filed in connection with a Sept. 4 bomb threat called in to the Rogers County Courthouse.

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It was around 8 a.m. Tuesday when Claremore officers received a call of a man threatening that it was “killing time” at 9 a.m.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for a man facing second degree murder charges in Rogers County.

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Thirty prescriptions with different names and enough promethazine and codeine for 300 doses were seized in a three-person drug arrest.

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A Chelsea woman reportedly had a hatchet "cocked back" as if she was going to swing prior to her arrest.

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The alleged victim of a hit-and-run said the other driver pointed a gun at her and said she’d “get what’s coming to her” before fleeing the scene.

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A trooper with Oklahoma Highway Patrol stopped to offer assistance to what he thought could be a stranded vehicle but ended up arresting both the driver and passenger on felony drug and firearm charges.

Wielding a revolver, paranoid and high on methamphetamine is how victims of an alleged assault described Joshua Diel.

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Police arrested two people in connection with an early morning murder in Talala Saturday.

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When a pursuit approached the dead end of Archer, the driver reportedly began throwing plastic baggies of drugs out of the window, onto the property of Wright Christian Academy.

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When Trevor Smith saw the emergency lights and sirens of a cop car behind him, he allegedly attempted to evade the police by speeding, weaving in and out of traffic, and ignoring police barricades.

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It was one man’s attempt to run another over with a Chevrolet Impala that drew the attention of Claremore Police Department.

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Officers with Claremore Police Department learned that a driver had been involved in three separate accidents at three locations within the city.

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It was Sheriff Scott Walton who called in a suspicious person coming out of the woods, and saw the beginning of a pursuit first-hand.

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What started as a traffic stop in Claremore for failure to use a turn signal, resulted in the arrest of three men on possible felony drug trafficking charges.

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During a drug-related search warrant, deputies found a juvenile living in a "makeshift room made of plywood, under the front of a fifth-wheel trailer" and learned multiple juveniles had not attended school in two years.

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Allegations that he raped a mentally handicapped 20-year old woman led to the arrest of a Claremore man.

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