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Oklahoma crime briefs for Friday, Jan. 18

Oklahoma crime briefs for Friday, Jan. 18.
Published: January 18, 2013



Sentencing set in rape, abuse case

A Choctaw man is facing up to 60 years in prison after jurors convicted him Wednesday of raping and beating a woman. The panel convicted Willard Ray Stone, 37, on two counts of first-degree rape and recommended 30 years for each. Stone also was found guilty of a domestic abuse charge. The victim notified prosecutors of the assault while Scott was in court on a DUI case, records show. Stone is scheduled to be sentenced Feb. 1.


Woman sentenced in reckless driving

A Del City woman will spend 30 days in jail after a jury convicted her Tuesday of leaving the scene of an injury accident after jumping a curb and driving through two front yards to get around a construction site. Jurors also convicted Carla Marie Davis, 33, of reckless driving. Prosecutors alleged Davis struck a construction worker with her vehicle after he told her she couldn't drive around a cement truck blocking a street in front of a home at 1503 Brookdale Drive. Davis also was fined $500, court records show.


Woman accused in explicit photo scheme

A woman is accused of making children take explicit photos of her so she could send them to different men, records show. Brittany Michelle Galvan, 25, of Oklahoma City, was charged Thursday in Oklahoma County District Court with three counts of indecent or lewd acts with children. One of the victims told investigators she would get into trouble if she didn't take the pictures, according to a probable cause affidavit.


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Enid man faces murder charge

An Enid man was charged Thursday in Oklahoma County District Court with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a man whose niece was involved in a dispute with several girls over a boy, records show. Ronnie Eugene Fuston, 20, is accused of killing Michael Donnell Rhodes, 58. Rhodes was found shot to death Oct. 20 inside his northwest Oklahoma City home. Police said the front door had been kicked in and the residence had been vandalized by several females who threatened violence the day before his death, according to an affidavit.

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