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Oklahoma news briefs for June 23

Oklahoma news briefs for June 23, 2012
Published: June 23, 2012
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Oklahoma City

Club reopens after blaze

Damage from an early morning electrical fire at a northwest Oklahoma City nightclub wasn't enough to keep the club closed, its owner said Friday. The fire started about 4:20 a.m. at the Industry Nightclub at NW 30 and Portland Avenue, fire Deputy Chief Marc Woodard said. Club owner Matt Howard said the fire destroyed the club's main breaker panel, which was repaired Friday along with some minor fire damage. The club was set to be open Friday night and over the weekend, Howard said.

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NORMAN

Burglary is interrupted

Norman police interrupted a burglary about 1:40 p.m. Friday at 2904 Hanover Drive. Called to the home by an observant citizen, police arrived and burglars fled on foot and in a vehicle. Authorities arrested three males and one female and recovered property they believed had been stolen from the home. Officers arrested a fifth person, a male, at 5:50 p.m. Friday on Broce Drive, according to a news release. Police said on Friday they were still trying to confirm the identities of those arrested.

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