- Man 'charged' for allegedly stealing batteries
- Brush Hog Botches Hiding Place
- Arrest made on initial complaint of first degree rape of a child under 14
Smart car complies to parking law
Believe it or not, this is legal.
Judge orders competency examination
A man who was charged on June 2 with assault with a dangerous weapon and burglary in the first degree, along with misdemeanor peeping tom and assault and battery, will undergo a competency test.
McAlester man charged with allegedly concealing stolen property
A McAlester man was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of knowingly concealing stolen property and another felony count of grand larceny.
- Police look for answers in stolen property cases
Blackman pleads innocent to assault
A McAlester man appeared in front of Special District Judge Tim Mills Monday afternoon for his alleged role in an assault and battery at the Pittsburg Country Justice Center in March.
Convicted felon faces another charge of allegedly possessing firearms
A McAlester convicted felon went to court on Friday morning to appear for on charges that included felony grand larceny, bringing contraband into a jail/penal institution and misdemeanor possession of a controlled dangerous substance; he was met with another charge accusing him of possessing 30 firearms after a felony conviction.
Reward offered in stolen trailer case
There is a $500 reward for information that can lead investigators to the retrieval of a stolen trailer, said John Ogiela, the owner of Ogiela’s Mower Shop and owner of a trailer that he said went missing on June 8.
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