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Crime briefs, July 10

Crime briefs for July 10, 2013
Modified: July 9, 2013 at 9:24 pm •  Published: July 9, 2013

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Attacks lead to charges

Prosecutors have filed multiple felony charges against a transient accused of assaulting a motel clerk with a brick and critically injuring a convenience store clerk with a two-by-four. Donald Earl Frazier Jr., 35, was charged Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court with two counts of assault and battery with intent to kill, robbery with a dangerous weapon and attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, records show. Frazier also was charged with methamphetamine possession and concealing stolen property. Oklahoma City police arrested him June 28 after a clerk was robbed and attacked earlier that day inside a Circle K at 2804 SW 50. According to a probable cause affidavit, Frazier is shown on store video running up behind the clerk and violently striking him in the head with the board, knocking him to the floor, and then taking a cash box from the register. The clerk, Bryan Schuett, suffered face and brain injuries and is on life support, according to the affidavit. Frazier also is accused of hitting Cambridge Inn clerk Dala Kirkpatrick in the head with a brick as she attempted to rent him a room June 24, court records show. Frazier jumped the counter and attempted to take money but was unsuccessful, the affidavit stated.



Man shot outside home

A Jennings man was shot and killed outside a residence overnight, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reported Tuesday morning. Micky Allen Humble, 37, was killed outside a friend's home at 701 1/2 N Main, the OSBI reports. A few hours later, the Pawnee County sheriff arrested Matthew Tull, 34, on a murder complaint in the killing. Tull was booked into the Pawnee County jail.

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