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Oklahoma crime briefs for Jan. 10, 2013

Oklahoma crime briefs for Jan. 10, 2013.
Oklahoman Modified: January 9, 2013 at 9:32 pm •  Published: January 9, 2013
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OKLAHOMA CITY

Man from OKC beaten during domestic dispute

An Oklahoma City man was taken to a hospital with facial fractures and bleeding on his brain after he was beaten during a domestic dispute, according to a police report released Wednesday. The man was helping an ex-girlfriend move out of a home she shared with her husband when the husband unexpectedly arrived and a fight broke out, police said. Ramon Allen Olmos, 34, was arrested on a complaint of aggravated assault and battery. Olmos' wife told police she arrived about 7 p.m. Monday at her house in 2800 block of SW Murray Drive and was greeted by Olmos. When she stepped inside, she saw her ex-boyfriend lying on the floor covered in blood. The man was taken to OU Medical Center and was listed in stable condition, according to the police report. Olmos was released from jail Wednesday on $4,000 bail.

ADAM KEMP, STAFF WRITER

OKLAHOMA CITY

Dad leaves 2 boys in car parked in road's middle

A man who left his two children in a parked car in the middle of the street was arrested on complaints of child endangerment and public drunkenness, police said. Dwight Clayton Steele Sr., 49, of Oklahoma City, was arrested about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday after police found him walking along NW 90. His car was parked about a block away in the middle of N Harvey Avenue, according to the police report. Officers found two young boys in the backseat crying. The older boy told police his dad had picked up a girl and followed her when she got out of the car, according to the report. Master Sgt. Gary Knight said Steele appeared to be under the influence of either drugs or alcohol. The two children were taken into custody and released to their mother. Steele was taken to the Oklahoma County jail. His bail was set at $10,000.

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