State Briefs: 2 arrested in slaying

Oklahoman Published: April 14, 2009
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TULSA

2 arrested in slaying
Tulsa police have arrested two people in the death of a man whose body was found outside a vacant duplex. Officer Leland Ashley says an officer on patrol was flagged down about 8 a.m. Monday by a resident who found the body in a pool of blood. The name of the 53-year-old victim and his cause of death have not been released. Police sayShelby Edward Weston, 43, and Leon Roger Vantrees, 32, were arrested on complaints of first-degree murder.

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ENID

Dogs seized after attack
Enid officers impounded three pit bull terriers Saturday after a woman and her 2-year-old daughter were attacked. Enid police officials said Rhonda Morgan, 41, was in her front yard with her daughter when she saw the two dogs charging. A police report states that as the dogs mauled the woman, a third attacked. An officer turned on lights and siren to try to drive the dogs away. All three were recovered. The dogs belonged to two separate owners, officials said.

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JOHN WILLIAMS,

staff writer

ALVA

Trial delayed in fund theft
The jury trial scheduled for Monday for a woman accused of misappropriating money from a health care provider has been delayed. Rita Ramy was charged in July with 20 counts of theft or embezzlement from Woods County Medicine and Pediatric Specialists, and one count of bank robbery and incidental crimes. A new trial date is set for June.

JOHN WILLIAMS,

staff writer

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