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Oklahoma City police find fugitive hiding in a wall

Oklahoma City police arrest three people after officers tried to serve a felony warrant against Regina Marie Dotson, 41.
BY LEIGHANNE MANWARREN lmanwarren@opubco.com Published: February 21, 2013
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Oklahoma City police arrested a fugitive they found hiding in a wall, along with two people they say were helping her hide.

Regina Marie Dotson, 41, was arrested on four Oklahoma County warrants — one for failure to appear and three for violation of a suspended sentence — and one Cleveland County warrant for violation of a suspended sentence.

Elizabeth Katherine Williams, 42, and Christopher Aaron Campbell, 31, were arrested on complaints of harboring a fugitive. Campbell also was arrested on a Monroe County, Ind., warrant for failure to pay child support.

Police officers went to 2316 NW 112 Terrace about 11:40 a.m. Sunday to serve multiple felony warrants against Dotson, according to a report released Thursday.

The homeowner rents out the rooms to individuals, police said. A resident told police Dotson lived in a room on the second floor.

Officers searched the unlocked rooms in the residence and broke down a locked door after they heard noises coming from a bedroom. They didn't find Dotson in the bedroom or in the backyard, according to the report.

Officers then went to Cherry Hill Apartments, where Dotson worked, and talked to her boyfriend, Campbell.

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