A woman swerved to miss a dog Tuesday morning and ended up driving her car into a creek in south Oklahoma City, local police report.
Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn said it is “highly likely” prosecutors will seek the death penalty against Alton Alexander Nolen, 30.
Contributor Jean Williams attended the Zero Suicide Summit at the Nigh Center on the University of Central Oklahoma campus Monday. Follow updates from the summit below.
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Alton Nolen went to a Baptist church growing up and he lived the right way, by the Bible, said a longtime friend, Ricky Kennybrew, 27, of Idabel, Oklahoma.
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