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Search Result: Oklahoma County Sheriff

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Video: Pantsless Man Captured After Okla. Manhunt

October 1, 2013
Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputies arrested a suspect who broke into a home wearing only boxer briefs after he attempted to elude deputies during a manhunt on Monday.

Pantsless Man Captured After Okla. Manhunt

October 1, 2013

Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputies arrested a suspect who broke into a home wearing only boxer briefs after he attempted to elude deputies during a manhunt. Read the full story here.

Shots Fired: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 08/29/2010

March 14, 2013

Before Lawson had time to open her car door, the man turned and raised a rifle and began shooting. Lawson's mind kicked into a hyperkinetic drive, her synapses firing in rapid-fire succession of one another and keeping pace with the man's action on the trigger of the AR-15 he was wielding.

In-Service Cop Cars: Dodge Charger Pursuit

July 30, 2012

In the the race to replace the Ford Crown Vic on patrol, the Dodge Charger Pursuit arguably had a leg up on the competition, because Chrysler introduced it in 2006 and has worked out some of the initial kinks in the transition from a retail to police vehicle. Agencies who buy Chargers enthuse about the muscular V-8 HEMI and aggresive styling. View our gallery of in-service Chargers, and then read "The New Recruits: In-Service Cop Cars" for detailed stories of agencies using them. Photos provided by the respective agencies unless otherwise noted.

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