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Oklahoma crime briefs for May 15, 2013

Crime briefs for May 15.
Modified: May 14, 2013 at 7:37 pm •  Published: May 14, 2013



Police arrest robbery suspect

Authorities have arrested a man accused of robbing the OU Federal Credit Union on May 7, the FBI reported. Dontae Lamar Galloway, 23, of Oklahoma City, was arrested on a federal robbery complaint about noon Tuesday at an apartment complex in the 2800 block of SW 59. Authorities think Galloway also robbed the Bank of Oklahoma inside a Buy 4 Less, 3501 Northwest Expressway, on Thursday, the FBI reported. Oklahoma City police, Norman police and Tecumseh police assisted the FBI in the arrest.


Suspects sought in deadly shooting

Police are investigating Lawton's eighth homicide of the year, Capt. Craig Akard said Tuesday. Jonathan Eugene Shepherd, 35, was found shot about 9:15 p.m. Monday in a front yard at 1303 NW Taylor. Shepherd died at Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Akard said. Police are looking for two Hispanic men who were in a brown Jeep Cherokee with damage to the driver's side. The Jeep hit another vehicle when the driver sped from the shooting scene, Akard said. The Jeep was impounded. Witnesses told police the shooter was in the yard when the man was shot.


Maysville man's death investigated

Police found the body of man near a creek bed early Tuesday and are investigating the death as a homicide, the police chief said. Officers were searching the Rush Creek area after they received a call about a fight and found the body of Jerry Lytle, 22, of Maysville, about 5 a.m., Pauls Valley Police Chief Mitch McGill said. McGill said the fight involved multiple people and investigators are interviewing suspects.

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