12:36 a.m. — Medical call, Stephens County Jail
1:50 a.m. — Business alarm, 711 S. U.S. Hwy 81/Kelly’s Trim Shop #2
2:56 a.m. — Medical call, apartment 404 The Gardens
6:36 a.m. — Non-injury accident, ice house on S. U.S. Hwy 81, report filed
6:40 a.m. — Animal complaint, just north of Plato on Fifth
6:52 a.m. — Business alarm, 1507 N. U.S. Hwy 81/R and S Drugs
8:50 a.m. — Theft, 116 N. Seventh/ Duncan Builder’s Supply, report filed
9:29 a.m. — Animal in roadway, 511 E. Main
9:31 a.m. — Animal in roadway, 516 Ridley Rd. /Sesco Electric
9:35 a.m. — Animal in roadway, C and Main
9:55 a.m. — Animal complaint, 714 W. Pine
11:47 a.m. — Incident, 314 N. First
11:48 a.m. — Transport prisoner, municipal court
12:26 p.m. — Residential alarm, 2004 Meadowview Dr.
12:46 p.m. — Theft, 1235 N. U.S. Hwy 81 / Carl’s Jr., report filed
1:42 p.m. — Animal in roadway, N. U.S. Hwy 81 / Sonic
1:42 p.m. — Escort, New Hope
1:53 p.m. — Animal complaint, 1413 Wisteria, alley
1:55 p.m. — Animal complaint, 1401 W. Bois d’ Arc/Stephens County Health Dept.
2:19 p.m. — Reckless driving, Bypass SB from Camelback
2:22 p.m. — Reckless driving, SB from Gatlin on Bypass
2:29 p.m. — Non-injury accident, U.S. Hwy 81 and Elk / Burger King parking lot, report filed
2:34 p.m. — Animal complaint, corner of B and Walnut/house is yellow house trimmed in green
4:48 p.m. — Suspicious vehicle, N. U.S. Hwy 81/Arvest Bank
5:20 p.m. — Medical call, 421 S. 27th D1/The Gardens
5:39 p.m. — Suspicious vehicle, N. U.S. Hwy 81 west side of the road in front of Wal-Mart
6:40 p.m. — Drugs, 1309 W. Willow
8:11 p.m. — Burglary business, 1302 S. Ninth/Open Heaven, report filed
9:11 p.m. — Suspicious person, Eighth and Main /ascog
11:12 p.m. — Intoxicated driver, drunk in vehicle, NB on Bypass from Camelback
11:39 p.m. — Burglary residence, 306 N. E, report filed
12:14 a.m. — Assault simple, 1407 Whisenant
12:31 a.m. — Residential alarm, 1507 N. U.S. Hwy 81
12:33 a.m. — Barking dog, 107 N. F
12:48 a.m. — Suspicious person, 1320 W. Camelback
2:31 a.m. — Burglary residence, 210 N. 22nd
3:09 a.m. — Suspicious person, southeast side of Duncan Village Apts
5:26 a.m. — Prowler, 210 N. 22nd
1:20 a.m. — Suspicious vehicle, Tucker across from cemetery
4:51 a.m. — Suspicious vehicle, PJ’s Corner
8:01 a.m. — Fire, Second house past Edgewoods
1:37 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, Hwy 29 1/4 Mi east of Bray Store
2:14 p.m. — Extra patrol
2:23 p.m. — Fire, south of SH 7 on Pinto to Continental Rd. / 1/4 East / SS
2:51 p.m. — Assault simple, Rt. 2 Box 2041 / north side of Comanche Cemetary
4:20 p.m. — Extra patrol, Rt. 3 Box 144 / Marlow
4:35 p.m. — Fire, 5 1/2 mile west on Elk from Bypass at 100 Street
4:38 p.m. — 911
4:49 p.m. — Animal related, N. U.S. Hwy 81 just passed Ballpark Rd. eastside of road
5:28 p.m. — Larceny theft, 7416 Hidden Creek Dr.
6:39 p.m. — Traffic hazard, Tucker Rd. south of Terry
6:57 p.m. — Disturbance, Rt. 4 Box 80C, Duncan
8:24 p.m. — Ambulance request, Halliburton Field
9:39 p.m. — Officer assist, Rt. 2 Box 80 C, Duncan
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Half-cent sales tax approval urged for city’s growth
Twenty years have passed since the City of Duncan passed a half-cent sales tax to establish a foundation to strengthen the local economy.
Lyle Roggow, president of the Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation, and Ben Herrington, DAEDF Board chairman, spoke Thursday on the need to continue the sales tax to keep the economy strong.
Junior livestock show finishes Friday night
The 76th Stephens County Junior Livestock Show concludes tonight with the awards presentation at 6 and the bonus sale at 6:30 at the county fairgrounds and expo center.
On Thursday, the doe meat goat show, wether meat goat show, steer show and heifer show were held.
Church Women United organization to celebrate World Day of Prayer
Christian women from various denominations will celebrate their beliefs by coming together this morning to pray.
The local Church Women United organization is set to meet at 9:30 a.m. today in the First Christian Church for fellowship and a program. Today is the 2014 World Day of Prayer, which brings women from all denominations together. The local effort is headed by Church Women United.
Baseball teams remember Chris Lane in Ada
One by one, they stopped playing or coaching and walked past the media to talk about Chris Lane.
Guess you could say he was on everybody’s mind Wednesday, especially the 40 or so players from Redlands Community College and East Central University.
They were all wearing Chris Lane’s numbers on the ECU diamond.
Ray sentenced to life without parole
Stephens County District Judge Joe Enos on Wednesday sentenced 16-year-old Michael Anthony Ray to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of a 14-year-old girl.
Ray, of Marlow, pleaded guilty Dec. 30, 2013, to the murder of Alyssa Dawn Wiles on June 10, 2013, in her home in Duncan.
McDonald talks about Fort Sill to Rotary Club
As the U.S. military continues to evolve, Maj. Gen. Mark McDonald said Wednesday he hopes Fort Sill will continue to improve.
McDonald, the guest speaker at the Duncan Rotary Club, gave an update on Fort Sill and compared the Rotary Club to the U.S. Armed Forces.
Arrest warrant issued for two assailants
An arrest warrant has been filed for Terrance Johnson and Dermond Jones Jr. after an attack in the Elm Terrace Apartments.
The alleged assailants took off with a suitcase containing the victim’s clothes, his wallet with $20 in it and a pair of boots worth $150. The victim was treated at Duncan Regional Hospital and was not able to note who his attackers were until Friday.
Awards handed out at Junior Livestock Show
The Stephens County Junior Livestock Show enters its fourth day today with the doe meat goat show at 10 a.m. followed by the wether meat goat show.
The steer show will be at 3 p.m. and the heifer show will be at 5 p.m.
Modern dance troupe to perform Saturday
A modern dance company based in Oklahoma City will perform in Duncan on Saturday.
Known as Perpetual Motion Dance, the troupe was formed in 2002 and has become known as the premier modern and aerial dance company in Oklahoma.
Waurika city manager fired
Waurika City Commissioners will hold a special meeting Thursday to begin a job search to replace City Manager Chuck Brown, whose contract with the city was terminated at a regular meeting Monday.
Brown was in a seventh year as city manager before his tenure ended following an executive session late in the regular meeting at City Hall. Mayor Jim Bernard, Vice Mayor Carole Eakin and commissioners Gayle Johnson and Bill Everett voted unanimously to confirm the termination.
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