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Oklahoma crime briefs, May 9

Oklahoma crime briefs, May 9
Published: May 9, 2013



Murder suspect returns to Texas

A man accused in the fatal stabbings of his ex-girlfriend and her 8-year-old son has returned to Texas after his arrest in Oklahoma. Cedric Ricks is charged with murder in the May 1 deaths of Roxann Sanchez and Anthony Reyes Figueroa. He was arrested in Pauls Valley. Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes said Ricks was attacked by other inmates Thursday and suffered “visible injuries” to his face, but that they weren't serious. Court records show Ricks waived his extradition proceedings and was booked Friday in the Tarrant County, Texas, jail. In his mug shot, Ricks has a black eye that's swollen shut. The sheriff said the district attorney is reviewing the assault to determine whether any charges will be filed.



Warrant issued in shooting

Police are searching for a man accused of shooting another man Tuesday. An arrest warrant has been issued for Donnie Ray Everhart Sr., 70, on a complaint of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. El Reno police were called about 3:15 p.m. Tuesday to the 600 block of N Miles Avenue, according to a news release. A witness told police both the shooter and the victim left the scene. An official at Mercy Hospital El Reno notified police a male gunshot victim had walked in. The 26-year-old man was taken to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City for treatment, according to the news release. Anyone with information about Everhart or his whereabouts is asked to call police at 262-6941.

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