A judge said "the public has a right to access portions" of body camera footage used in the case against Jarron Pridgeon but said he excluded portions that were "particularly graphic and disturbing."
A judge found probable cause on Wednesday for a man to face the prospect of a jury trial on six first-degree murder charges after hearing testimony from the mother of five young children who were fatally shot in February.
The only living suspect in the disappearance and presumed deaths was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison after a recent excavation in Picher failed to produce the girls' remains.
He was found competent Wednesday to stand trial in the killings of a Craig County couple and the disappearance and presumed deaths of their teenage daughter and her best friend two decades ago.
A jury was chosen Friday to decide whether Ronnie Busick is competent to stand trial in the slayings of Danny and Kathy Freemen and the kidnapping and presumed deaths of their daughter, Ashley, and her best friend, Lauria Bible.
Using a cane, Busick appeared Tuesday in Craig County District Court before Special Judge Jacqueline Stout in connection with the slayings of Danny and Kathy Freeman and the kidnapping and presumed deaths of their daughter, Ashley Freeman, and her friend, Lauria Bible.
Ronnie Dean Busick appeared Friday in Craig County District Court for a preliminary hearing docket in connection to the slayings of Danny and Kathy Freeman and the kidnapping and presumed deaths of their daughter, Ashley, and her friend, Lauria Bible.
Busick's attorney claims District Attorney Matt Ballard arranged a “custodial interrogation” of Busick by Lorene Bible, Lauria’s mother, and requested video or audio recordings of the April 26 meeting between the two.
Gretchen Mosley, with the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System, said after a hearing Monday that she wants the material Lorene Bible, Laurie’s mother, has collected to be turned over to the district attorney’s office and then released to her.
Maxx Tate Robinson, 23, was set to appear in Wagoner County District Court on Monday morning in connection with a first-degree murder charge in the death of his uncle Bill "Bob" Cline.
The Okfuskee County judge who preside over Kevin Sweat's triple murder trial says the trial will start Aug. 4 as scheduled. Sweat is to be tried in the 2008 deaths of two Weleetka girls and the 2011 death of his fiancee. The case has taken more than three years to get to trial.
A competency hearing for the suspect in the killings of his fianc
e and two Weleetka girls dissolved into multiple hours of questioning as to whether the defendant has Asperger's syndrome or autism.
Accused killer Kevin Sweat will undergo additional psychological testing to determine whether he understood he had waived his Miranda rights before confessing to investigators that he shot two Weleetka girls and killed his fiancée, a judge ruled.
Kevin Sweat is charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the 2008 deaths of the two girls and the 2011 death of his fiancée, Ashley Taylor.
A man is charged with first-degree murder in the March death of his 77-year-old father.
A man accused of stabbing a 4-year-old boy to death with a pair of scissors entered a guilty plea Tuesday that will guarantee him a life-without-parole sentence.
A man accused of stabbing a 4-year-old boy to death on Tuesday entered a guilty plea that will guarantee him a life-without-parole sentence.
Two teenagers arrested Thursday, March 10 on first degree murder charges in connection with the February death of Arthur Burney of Coweta made…
A Catoosa man received two five-year deferred sentences on amended charges stemming for a March 2008 fatal shooting.
Jerry Raney of Haskell, is charged with first-degree murder in the 2006 slaying of Sara Smart, 19.