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Oklahoma crime briefs for April 2, 2013

Oklahoma crime briefs: April 2, 2013
Published: April 2, 2013



City employee accused of

attacking woman at bar

A city worker is accused of grabbing a woman's breasts and starting a bar fight, Oklahoma City police said. Daniel Abraham Brewer, 42, was arrested Saturday on a sexual battery complaint. Police officers were called about 5:45 p.m. to Don Quixote Club, 3030 N Portland Ave., in response to a fight, according to the incident report. A woman told police the man reached around her and grabbed her breasts with both hands when she was walking from the restroom to her table. The man punched the woman in the face and pulled out some of her hair, according to the report. Two men told police they tried to subdue Brewer and punched him in the face in self-defense. Brewer told police, “(Obscenity) you, I didn't do nothing. I'm a city employee for fleet service and I work on your cars,” according to the report. He posted bail and was released from the Oklahoma County jail.



Man is held in connection

with his father's death

The Le Flore County sheriff says a man has been arrested in connection with the death of his father. Sheriff Rob Seale says Tim Lockaby, 51, was arrested Saturday in the Friday killing of Buck Lockaby, 87. The elder Lockaby was found dead in the backyard of the home he shared with his son. The sheriff says the cause of death is under investigation, but says firearms weren't involved. Tim Lockaby is being held in the Le Flore County jail.


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