Witnesses conclude Weleetka testimony

By Nolan Clay and Johnny Johnson Published: September 5, 2008
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Three testified earlier
Grand jurors heard Wednesday from three men who have come under suspicion in the case — Dustyn Dailey, 18, Mike Gaddy, 19, and Toney Kelough, 30.

Kelough returned Thursday morning and testified for about another hour. He told The Oklahoman Wednesday he has an alibi — that he was with a girlfriend at the time of the fatal shooting.

"I just wish they would catch whoever done it so they would leave me alone,” Kelough said Wednesday.

Kelough declined comment after testifying Thursday. "I'm done, man,” he said as he rushed out of the courthouse.

Also testifying Wednesday was OSBI agent Ben Rosser.

What the witnesses said is not known.

Grand jurors hear testimony in secret sessions.

The current multicounty grand jury is not expected to hear more witnesses and is not expected to issue any indictments over the deaths.

Another multicounty grand jury is likely to be formed in a few months and could help the OSBI if the case is not solved before then.

Assistants for Attorney General Drew Edmondson guide the grand jury investigations.


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