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• Kimberly Chancellor of Salina was convicted in July on federal charges of committing sex crimes against three children and sentenced to life in prison. Prosecutors say he forcibly raped an 11-year-old girl in 2003 and used force while trying to sexually assault two girls, 14 and 15, in 2007. The crimes occurred in Delaware County.
• Buddy Visser, a former Tulsa police officer, was sentenced to 18 months in prison last year for stealing guns and ammunition from the police department’s firing range and selling them on the Internet.
• Former Tulsa police officer Rico Yarbrough was released from prison last year after serving about 15 months for engaging in a criminal conspiracy, obstructing justice and giving unlawful notice of a search warrant. The charges stem from Yarbrough’s efforts to help a friend involved with drugs avoid police.
• Zobair Enwar Baig, Raffi Akbar Din and Nadeem Mustafi pleaded guilty last year in federal court as being part of a conspiracy to fraudulently exchange food stamps for cash at a Tulsa convenience store. Baig owned the store and Din and Mustafi were clerks. About $838,000 was obtained starting in January 2005.