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Oklahoma crime briefs for April 18

Oklahoma crime briefs for April 18
Published: April 18, 2013

Crime in brief

Suspect charged in 1996 slaying

Oklahoma County prosecutors on Wednesday charged a Chicago man with first-degree murder in the 1996 death of an Oklahoma City aerospace engineer, court records show. Dwayne Edmondson, 50, is accused of killing Scott Douglas Penny, 36, who worked at Tinker Air Force Base and lived alone. Co-workers found Penny on Jan. 30, 1996, when they went to his home in the 2600 block of NW 21 after he failed to show up for work. DNA from a cigarette butt found in Penny's garage, along with a photo of a black man with a tattoo on his bicep led Oklahoma City police detectives to Edmondson, who lived in Oklahoma City when Penny was killed. Edmondson was returned to Oklahoma City last week and is being held without bail in the Oklahoma County jail, authorities said. Prosecutors allege Edmondson killed Penny by beating and stabbing him with a sharp object, records show.


Life term recommended in rape

A Cleveland County jury has recommended a 63-year-old Moore man serve life without parole in the 2010 rape of an 8-year-old girl. A jury Tuesday convicted Lonnie Brown of first-degree rape and four additional felony counts of rape by instrumentation, forcible sodomy, lewd molestation and a pattern of lewd behavior. Brown was accused of raping, sodomizing and molesting the girl at his home in September 2010. Jurors deliberated about four and a half hours before returning the guilty verdicts to District Judge Lori Walkley. Walkley set sentencing for 3 p.m. July 11.

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