Scott Hopkins was arrested for shooting with intent to kill following an altercation at Buy-N-Bye convenience store on Will Rogers Blvd.
A 35-year-old Owasso man was arrested while standing naked in the middle of the road, screaming racial slurs at passing motorists.
Felony charges have been filed against two Claremore women accused of embezzling roughly $30,000 from their employer over the course of two years.
Reports of a man “exposing himself” inside a vehicle in the Sprout’s parking lot in Owasso drew the attention of law enforcement.
After a three-day search, law enforcement says the suspect in a pursuit and shooting has been apprehended.
A Chelsea man was booked into Rogers County Jail over the weekend for allegedly threatening to kill a woman with a butcher knife.
A Claremore man is facing a possible third felony child abuse charge after reportedly "banging his son's head into the kitchen counter" for failing to learn his spelling words for school.
Charges have officially been filed against a Rogers County woman who reportedly left a "17-year old non-verbal juvenile with mental disabilities" at a Kansas rest stop.
The Claremore Police Department confirms that Officer Matt Rice was arrested Saturday, Dec. 8, at about 11:40 p.m. by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
During the sentencing hearing this week, prosecutors described Julian Watson's crimes as "every woman's nightmare."
A man who reportedly threatened to kill two officers and blow up the Rogers County Courthouse was arrested by Claremore Police Department.
The Rogers County Sheriff's Office is hoping the public can help identify two men who may be connected to the theft and use of stolen credit cards in the Catoosa area.
A Chelsea man is facing felony charges of lewd or indecent proposals to a child under 16, and soliciting sex with a minor by communication device.
On the morning of Oct. 29, Owasso School Resource Officers were made aware of a concerning post on social media suggesting that a student may bring a gun to the Owasso Eighth Grade Center. As a precaution, the Eighth Grade Center and Ator Elementary were placed on external lockdown. All avai…
A deputy with Rogers County Sheriff’s Office says he was lending a hand to another agency, in transporting a subject during a search warrant, when he found himself in a life-threatening situation.
A man who allegedly told officers he was a “professional gambler” was arrested by Rogers County Sheriff’s Office for creating credit cards and possessing stolen cards.
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