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Suspect says she smokes pot to stay off meth
A female subject picked up by the Chickasha Police Department allegedly told an officer that she smoked marijuana in order to stay off of methamphetamine, according to an affidavit.
Traffic stop yields gun arrest
A man was arrested for driving under the influence and carrying a rifle in the back seat of his car.
Cole responds to Obama's recent apology for ACA problems
Congressman Tom Cole released a statement yesterday responding to President Obama's apology for those Americans who have lost their health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
UPDATE 1:22 p.m. Suspect in possible Walmart bomb threat identified
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has given the all clear regarding a vehicle at the Chickasha Walmart, which had suspicious wiring. Chickasha Police Chief Eddie Adamson said a suspect was taken into custody regarding the incident.
"He said he was there to commit suicide and blow himself up," said Adamson.
Vulgar defendant arrested for assault on peace officer
Although a trial was conducted, and Elizabeth Barnes found guilty of resisting arrest on Oct. 30, the woman who vehemently screamed vulgar obscenities at Judge Kory Kirkland and several police officers will see a court room again in the near future.
Attempted Wednesday Walmart theft results in 2 arrests
Another attempted theft was thwarted at the Chickasha Walmart Wednesday.
Walmart employee who asked gay man to leave "no longer with the company"
A Walmart employee who allegedly asked a Chickasha man to leave the premises on Wednesday has been fired, according to a company spokesperson.
Shotgun threat connected to $4,000 Frisco Ave. convenience store burglary
A series of events unfolded between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning resulting in the loss of $4,000 from the Frisco Stop in Chickasha, and arrests for assault and burglary.
Man arrested after alledgedly throwing knife at car
A man was arrested after allegedly throwing a knife at a car carrying his sister, and her three children.
Gay Chickasha man says he was asked to leave Walmart because of his sexual orientation
A local man said he was asked by a janitor to leave the Chickasha Walmart around midnight Wednesday because of his sexual orientation.
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