Jury convicts man in death
A jury deliberated less than three hours Thursday before convicting a man of killing his girlfriend in front of her three children. Noel Montes Sosa, 33, of Oklahoma City, was charged with first-degree murder in the strangulation death of Sarita Aguilar, 27. Aguilar was found dead about 2:30 a.m. July 10, 2011, in her apartment after police were called about a disturbance. Key testimony in the case came from Aguilar's mother, who told jurors her 7-year-old granddaughter told her she watched as Sosa choked her mother. Sosa is set to be sentenced Jan. 23 by Oklahoma County District Judge Ray C. Elliott.
Man poses as police officer
A man posing as an undercover police officer is conducting traffic stops, Moore police reported Thursday. A man with red and blue flashing lights on the grill of his car pulled a driver over Monday and took the man's wallet, police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis said. The impostor propositioned a woman Tuesday after he convinced her to get into his car, Lewis said. The man is described as a black man, bald, muscular, and 6 feet 4 inches tall. Anyone with information can call Moore police at 793-5138.