A local attorney dropped his wallet outside Walmart and he found it again while it was being used at Ace Hardware—by someone else.
The man asked her to return a charger he’d left in her house, only to discover that it was actually a hidden camera with a memory card inside.
The woman was angry at him for not spending time with their son.
Because of Oklahoma’s “85% crime” law, Larremore will serve 4.25 years of his 20-year sentence.
Well, that’s one way to start the new year.
An investigation that started in September led to the arrest of a DHS investigator living in Sapulpa.
Police found drug paraphernalia inside a Green Apple Jolly Rancher box.
For reasons unknown, 18-year-old Quinten Pierson allegedly assaulted a woman in downtown Sapulpa on her way to her car.
Police say the girl reportedly had bugs stuck in seeping wounds caused by severe burns to her legs.
This operation was executed by U.S. Marshals in collaboration with Creek County Sheriff’s Office and Sapulpa Police Department.