City employee accused of
attacking woman at bar
A city worker is accused of grabbing a woman's breasts and starting a bar fight, Oklahoma City police said. Daniel Abraham Brewer, 42, was arrested Saturday on a sexual battery complaint. Police officers were called about 5:45 p.m. to Don Quixote Club, 3030 N Portland Ave., in response to a fight, according to the incident report. A woman told police the man reached around her and grabbed her breasts with both hands when she was walking from the restroom to her table. The man punched the woman in the face and pulled out some of her hair, according to the report. Two men told police they tried to subdue Brewer and punched him in the face in self-defense. Brewer told police, “(Obscenity) you, I didn't do nothing. I'm a city employee for fleet service and I work on your cars,” according to the report. He posted bail and was released from the Oklahoma County jail.
LEIGHANNE MANWARREN, STAFF WRITER
Man is held in connection
with his father's death
The Le Flore County sheriff says a man has been arrested in connection with the death of his father. Sheriff Rob Seale says Tim Lockaby, 51, was arrested Saturday in the Friday killing of Buck Lockaby, 87. The elder Lockaby was found dead in the backyard of the home he shared with his son. The sheriff says the cause of death is under investigation, but says firearms weren't involved. Tim Lockaby is being held in the Le Flore County jail.
No charges to be filed in
accidental fatal shooting
The fatal shooting of an Ottawa County man has been ruled accidental, District Attorney Eddie Wyant said Monday. John Allen Largent, 38, of Miami, OK, died Jan. 26 at his residence after being shot in the chest by his wife, Jolene Largent. After reviewing Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reports, Wyant ruled the shooting was accidental and said no charges will be filed.
SHEILA STOGSDILL, FOR THE OKLAHOMAN
Preliminary hearing set
for former OSU student
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled at Payne County Courthouse in Stillwater on May 10 for Nathan Cochran, 22, a former Oklahoma State University student who is accused of groping male students. The hearing will determine whether he should be tried on sexual battery charges.
FROM STAFF REPORTS
FBI, police seek suspect
in robbery of RCB Bank
The FBI and Blackwell police are searching for the man who robbed the RCB Bank, 1350 W Doolin Ave., about 10:10 a.m. Monday. The man handed the teller a note and the teller gave him an undisclosed amount of money in a brown bag he provided. No weapon was used during the robbery and no one was hurt, according to the FBI. The robber is described as a white man, about 50 years old, 5 feet 9 inches tall and 200 pounds, with salt and pepper hair, blue eyes and scruffy facial hair. The man was wearing a long-sleeved jersey with the number eight on the back and the word “hockey” on the front. Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call the FBI at 290-7770 or the Blackwell police at (580) 363-5490.
FROM STAFF REPORTS