Woman leaves bar, runs stop signs, slips cuffs, head-butts police

By Micah Choquette / October 8, 2019

This woman left a bar on Saturday, allegedly driving too fast, hitting a curb and running stop signs. Things just got worse from there.

Sapulpa Police bust three on drug charges with intent to sell

By Micah Choquette / October 2, 2019

Police recovered drugs, straws, syringes and baggies that give the appearance of intending to sell.

Two Sapulpa Women Plead Guilty to Illegally Collecting More Than $350,000 in Death Benefits

By Community Submission / September 5, 2019

Previously, their mother had received the death benefit payments as a result of her husband’s military service. After their mother passed away, the payments should have ceased.

What to do when you’ve been robbed, and how to recover what’s been stolen

By Charles Betzler / September 4, 2019

These four tips can help you fight back when you’re the victim of a burglary or robbery.

So…we were burgled last week…

By Lottie Wilds / September 4, 2019

“Do you feel safe in your own home? I do. That is, I did until Sunday evening.” Lottie Wilds talks about experiencing a burglary last month.

Suspect arrested after stealing a Sapulpa Police patrol car

By Micah Choquette / September 2, 2019

A man arrested for stealing a truck in Tulsa subsequently stole the officer’s patrol car, leading police on a second chase.

A misunderstanding at Sapulpa Walgreens leads to evacuation

By Charles Betzler / August 24, 2019

A misunderstanding involving a canister and the smell of gasoline led to Walgreens being evacuated.

Rumors of a student with a gun at Sapulpa Junior High result in confiscated airsoft pistol

By Micah Choquette / August 21, 2019

School administrators say they were able to get the situation resolved quickly.

Another powerline pulled down

By Charles Betzler / August 20, 2019

The incident makes the third time in two weeks that a powerline has been pulled down in the Sapulpa area.

Sapulpa man assaulted by sister in his own home

By Micah Choquette / August 13, 2019

A woman with no prior criminal history is now facing domestic abuse charges for attacking her brother over a week ago.

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