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Oklahoma crime briefs, Sept. 13

Oklahoma crime briefs for Sept. 13, 2013.
Modified: September 12, 2013 at 8:25 pm •  Published: September 13, 2013



Robbery suspects accused again

Two men charged with a liquor store robbery that ended in an August shoot-out are accused of a second armed robbery two days earlier in southwest Oklahoma City. Tucson Delayne Redd, 32, and Broderick James Scott Ransom, 17, are accused of robbing the Circle K, 2100 W Interstate 240 Service Road, on Aug. 24. Redd pointed a pistol at the clerk and bound his hands with zip ties while Ransom filled a backpack with cash, cigarettes and cigars, according to the probable cause affidavit filed in Oklahoma County District Court. Ransom reportedly confessed to the crime, and a gun matching the description was seized from Redd, the affidavit states.


Sting leads to bomb charges

A Del City man was charged with felony manufacturing or possessing an explosive device after a homemade bomb was found during an Oklahoma City prostitution sting. Steven Louis Rainer, 30, told an FBI agent that he and a friend had made the improvised explosive from fireworks, according to court records. Rainer, a felon, also was charged with firearm possession and aiding and abetting prostitution.



Escapee charged in murders

A man who escaped the Comanche County jail nearly 15 years ago while awaiting trial on two murder charges has received two life sentences after pleading guilty in the case. David Lee Kemp pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of first-degree murder and one felony count of escape from custody. Kemp was one of nine inmates who escaped the Comanche County jail by using a large grilling fork to overcome jailers. The other eight escapees were captured within days, but Kemp remained on the run until this year when he turned himself in. Kemp was charged in the 1998 shooting deaths of his ex-wife, Christina Cremer, and her boyfriend, Robert Miller. Kemp had been set to go to trial later this month.

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