He is next due in court April 6 for a docket call. A civil suit filed by the victims’ families is pending in Cleveland County District Court and seeks more than $10,000 in damages from Creed, his employer and others.
‘Cathouse’ star killingFour people, including two pregnant women, were found slain Nov. 9 in a burned Oklahoma City house. One of the victims, Brooke Phillips, 21, was a prostitute featured on an HBO reality series about the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a brothel in Nevada. David Allen Tyner, 28, faces six first-degree murder counts in the deaths and remains jailed without bail in Oklahoma County. A pretrial conference is Jan. 27.
Nichols Hills slayingPolice found Dr. Stephen P. Wolf, 51, straddling his stabbed son, Tommy, 9, on the floor of their kitchen in Nichols Hills on Nov. 16. Wolf, who is charged with first-degree murder, told his wife and police, "He’s got the devil in him and you know it.” A judge ordered Wolf, who remains jailed without bail in Oklahoma County, to undergo competency testing. A pretrial conference is Jan. 25.
Anadarko pastorThe Rev. Carol Daniels, 61, was found dead, nude and mutilated Aug. 23 behind the altar of her tiny Anadarko church. Her body had been posed in a crucifix position. No one has been arrested or named as a suspect in connection with Daniels’ death. Anyone with information about Daniels’ death is asked to call the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation at (800) 522-8017. A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
Home invasion deathFour people are charged with murder in the June 25 slaying of Richard Bradley Tucker, 38, at his Oklahoma City home. Officials said multiple people broke into the home and killed Tucker. One of the people charged, aspiring model Terri Rehm, 23, posted her account of the incident on MySpace before she surrendered to police, blaming the incident on drugs. Rehm, James Elton McCandless Jr., 25, Jesse Dean Sattarella, 21, and Bradley Scott Sanders, 26, are jailed without bail in Oklahoma County. A preliminary hearing for all four is Jan. 29. MICHAEL KIMBALL, Staff Writer
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