IN BRIEF: Man wounded in Locust Grove shoot-out

Oklahoman Published: December 9, 2008
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partment of Human Services spokeswoman Julie Munsell wouldn’t give any details about the children Monday. She commented after a closed-door court hearing to decide where the children should be placed for the next 30 to 60 days. Alamo faces federal charges alleging he took children across state lines for sex.

JURY IS SEATED IN MURDER CASE
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A jury has been selected for the capital murder trial of an Arkansas man who was arrested in Oklahoma in the stabbing death of a University of Arkansas student in March. Zachariah Scott Marcyniuk, 29, could face the death penalty if convicted in the killing of 24-year-old Katie Wood. Wood was Marcyniuk’s ex-girlfriend. She was found stabbed to death in her apartment on March 9.

TEXAS

SHOOTING ISN’T SELF-INFLICTED
FORT WORTH, Texas — Officials confirmed Monday that the woman who was found dead with her husband Sunday was shot by another person, and they earlier ruled that the husband had shot himself. Makasha Colonvega, 34, was shot multiple times by a handgun, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office. Irving police officer Pablo Colonvega, 36, was a U.S. Army reservist on active duty when the shooting occurred Sunday.

DNA MAY LEAD TO TEEN’S BABY
SAN ANTONIO — Prosecutors have taken DNA samples from a baby born to a teen from a polygamous sect who had refused to reveal the infant’s whereabouts. The state attorney general’s office said investigators took swabs and photos Monday of the girl born in mid-June. The newborn’s mother is 17 and a member of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. State officials believe the girl was married to a man in the sect when she was 14. Someone under 17 generally cannot consent to sex with an adult in Texas.

MISSOURI

PAROLE BROKEN IN PORN CHARGE
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The former chief of staff for Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder admitted to using an online dating service despite a ban on personal Internet use following his pornography conviction. Eric Feltner pleaded guilty in August to displaying sexually explicit materials. He was sentenced to six months in jail but that sentence was suspended, with the conditions that he stay off the Internet except for business purposes.

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