This article originally published in the Tulsa World. Tulsa police arrested a woman Saturday on one complaint of child neglect after she reportedly gave her 3-month-old daughter vodka from a bottle. Police arrested Monique Bibbs, 36, after they were called to St. Francis Hospital about 3:30 p.m. to investigate a reported case of child abuse, […]Read more "Police arrest woman after she allegedly feeds 3-month-old vodka"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. A woman has been charged in connection with the abduction of her 7-month-old son from a foster home earlier this week. Rose Elizabeth Bailey, 32, was charged Thursday with two felonies — first-degree burglary and child stealing — as well as misdemeanor assault and battery. Tulsa police arrested […]Read more "Woman charged with abducting 7-month-old son from foster home"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. A convicted felon was charged Thursday with animal cruelty and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction on an allegation that he shot a dog outside a Tulsa home. Gregory Scott Berry, 38, is accused of fatally shooting a pit bull with a .22-caliber Mossberg rifle […]Read more "Felon alleged to have shot pit bull is charged with animal cruelty, illegally possessing gun"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. Tulsa police arrested three men and one juvenile Thursday in connection with a string of crimes that occurred within a 24-hour period. James Jones, 24; Dashun Mack, 18; Maurice Younger, 18; and Keshon Ledbetter, 17, were arrested on six complaints each of robbery with a dangerous weapon. […]Read more "Four suspects arrested in home invasion, rape and armed robberies"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. A former Tulsa Public Schools assistant athletic director was sentenced Wednesday to serve 20 months in prison and pay more than $3,000 in fines, fees and restitution after pleading guilty in June to leaving the scene of a hit-and-run accident. Tulsa County District Judge Kelly Greenough sentenced Elizabeth […]Read more "Former Tulsa Public Schools official gets 20 months for hit-and-run accident"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. Educators and entrepreneurs alike gathered Tuesday night in the Brady Arts District to listen to representatives from Tulsa’s charter schools discuss the struggles and successes associated with starting and expanding their institutions. Five administrators from Tulsa’s six charter schools detailed the academic foundations and missions they’ve established […]Read more "Tulsa charter school administrators discuss academic, entrepreneurial roles"
This article originally published in the Tulsa World. The Oklahoma Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice honored a Planned Parenthood attorney and a Tulsa abortion clinic Thursday night at the organization’s annual fundraising event. Tamya Cox, a lobbyist and attorney at Planned Parenthood of the Heartland in Oklahoma City, and Reproductive Services, a nonprofit abortion clinic […]Read more "Oklahoma Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice recognizes women’s rights advocates"