It's been a busy week for Claremore Police Department.
INOLA, Okla. - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) was requested by the Inola Police Department to investigate an officer-involved shooing that occurred the evening of January 11, 2020.
A 3-year old child found riding a bike in the street, in the dark, alone sparked the attention of a concerned citizen who contacted Claremore Police Department.
In Owasso, officers were dispatched to an unknown disturbance inside a room at Candlewood Suits, according to a statement released by the department Sunday.
Video footage of a couple slapping a 12-year old child across the face was uncovered during a child abuse investigation that resulted in two Claremore residents facing felony charges.
Children locked outside in 39-degree weather without coats drew the attention of Claremore residents who called 911.
Reports that a semi truck driver had fired shots at other drivers out the window of his truck, drew police response in Oologah.
After leading deputies and police officers on a high-speed chase through the center of Claremore, Kami Walton, 37, was arrested on seven counts, including DUI and assault.
What started as a seemingly helpful act from a good Samaritan ended with a driver being forced out of his car at gun point.
Editor’s Note: This story is the third installment in a three-part series exploring inmate experience and jail standards as explained both former-inmates and jail staff. This story focuses on issues of safety, security, and operations.
Editor’s Note: This story is the second installment in a three-part series exploring inmate experience and jail standards as explained both former-inmates and jail staff. This story focuses on issues of information and communication. Part three will detail safety, security, and operations.
While Lorin Mooney was in court for a child neglect and narcotics case, the Rogers County Sheriff's Office and Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Taskforce were serving a warrant on his residence.
A widely-circulated Facebook post and a comment threatening the murder of police families has been deleted from popular community pages in Claremore after a felony arrest was made.
Stolen mail, paraphernalia, and 23.3 grams of methamphetamine were reportedly found during a search warrant that resulted in a felony arrest Thursday.
Yesterday, felony charges were filed against William Mooney, a former teacher and assistant coach for Catoosa Public Schools.
Denton L. Howard didn’t stop accumulating criminal allegations after being booked into the Rogers County Jail.
Officers responded to the scene of what they thought was a man who had shot himself in the stomach but quickly learned that wasn't the case.
A Claremore business owner has been charged with a felony count of peeping tom after being accused of recording women in the store's restroom.
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