Out-of-towners face several felony charges
Kiowa police officers pulled over a black Kia traveling southbound on Harrison Street because the two people inside were not wearing seat belts, according to a police affidavit; this led to a combined 11 felony counts and 16 counts overall.
Man charged with cruelty to animal
A local man has been charged with cruelty to an animal after allegedly shooting a roaming cat with a broad tip arrow in February.
Update on assistant manager charged with obtaining cash under false pretenses from Wal-Mart
The Wal-Mart assistant manager charged with obtaining cash under false pretenses from Wal-Mart had her first preliminary hearing conference today at 9 a.m.
Man faces sentence revocation
A McAlester man who was given a total 14-year suspended sentence for two charges is now facing an application to revoke.
Walking teenager allegedly assaulted
A 16-year-old was allegedly assaulted Thursday morning while walking on a sidewalk.
Double trouble in Pitt. County
Pittsburg County saw two alleged incidents last week that landed both suspects with similar charges.
Empty home broken into; man charged
A McAlester man was charged on Wednesday for allegedly breaking into an empty house.
Kiowa man charged with assault by stangulation
A Kiowa man was charged Tuesday with domestic assault and battery by strangulation, a felony, and misdemeanor counts of domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor and threatening to perform an act of violence.
McAlester woman allegedly groped in toy department
A 27-year-old local woman reported to the police Monday that she was groped at the Wal-Mart Supercenter in McAlester.
An apartment was burglarized and property valued at more than $800 is now missing, according to a police log.
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