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Search Result: Choctaw County (Okla.) Sheriff

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Video: 2 Oklahoma Officers Shot, Suspect Dead

April 24, 2015
Two law enforcement officers were shot and the alleged shooter was killed Thursday when officers from several agencies were in the process of making an arrest in the unincorporated town of Rufe, Okla.

2 Oklahoma Officers Shot, Suspect Dead

April 24, 2015
Two law enforcement officers were shot and the alleged shooter, Joseph Leroy Potts, was killed Thursday when officers from several agencies were in the process of making an arrest in the unincorporated town of Rufe, Okla. More Here.

Memorial Set for Okla. Deputy Killed In Crash

April 23, 2012
A funeral has been scheduled for Thursday for a Choctaw County (Okla.) Sheriff's deputy who was killed in a collision on U.S. Highway 70 in southeastern Oklahoma.

Former Oklahoma Deputy Assaulted Three, Including Two Inmates With Ax Handle

August 6, 2010
In the first incident, which took place on 2005, Milner physically abused a truck driver following a traffic stop. In a second incident in 2007, Milner assaulted two inmates at the Choctaw County Jail with a large axe handle.
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