Staff Writer Corey Jones


Corey is a general assignment reporter who specializes in coverage of man-made earthquakes, criminal justice and dabbles in enterprise projects. He excels at annoying the city editor. Phone: 918-581-8359

“Any officer on the street that a citizen walks up to and asks about community policing or collaboration, that officer should be able to tell them exactly what our plan is for that,” Police Chief Wendell Franklin said Tuesday. “That has not been the case in the past, and that’s where we want to get to.”

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Henry Jones refuses to tell us if he has any law enforcement experience. He does have two outstanding warrants for failure to pay, as well as a conviction for threatening an act of violence.

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