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Oklahoma crime briefs, Jan. 16, 2013

Oklahoma crime briefs, Jan. 16
Published: January 16, 2013


Man is held in burglaries

Oklahoma City police said they chased a man from the scene of an auto burglary into a hospital lobby. Joe Morgan, 49, was arrested on complaints of auto burglary, attempting to elude police, receiving and concealing stolen property and obstructing a police officer. Police arrived on the scene of an auto burglary in progress about 4:45 a.m. Monday at La Quinta Inn, 4829 Northwest Expressway. Officers saw a man fleeing in a green sport utility vehicle and pursued, according to the report. The chase continued on foot at Integris Baptist Medical Center, where officers arrested Morgan and took him to the Oklahoma County jail.


Man guilty in horse's death

— A Vian man has been convicted of felony animal cruelty in the death of a horse. A jury on Tuesday found Rueben Ray Houston, 27, guilty and recommended six months in jail. Sentencing is set for Thursday. Prosecutors say Houston dragged the horse for about a half-mile behind his all-terrain vehicle. Prosecutors say Houston then cut a neighbor's fence and dragged the horse to a tree where he left it to die. Defense attorney Steven Ramm argued that Houston thought the horse was dead and did not intentionally injure the animal.


Police seek man in robbery

— Police responded to a robbery of the Money Store inside an Ardmore Walmart shortly before 11 a.m. Tuesday. The suspect fled on foot and was last seen near the Burger King on N Commerce, where he may have changed clothes before fleeing the area, police said. The suspect has been identified as Benjamin Davis, 32, of Ardmore. He is described as about 6 feet tall with a medium build and blond to reddish hair. Anyone with information is asked to call (580) 504-4529. Callers may remain anonymous.

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