Lawton Police and the US Marshalls are asking for the public’s help in locating an escaped inmate.
Earlier this morning, Anthony McCleskey fled the Comanche County Detention Center while unloading groceries.
According to police, McCleskey is 5′6″, weighs 130 pounds and may have the worst collection of face tattoos in Oklahoma history:
As Louis mentioned on Friday, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt went to Texas last week to take some photos at the southern border, and pander to people in his party who are racist and hate immigrants.
While he was in the area, Stitt conveniently hit two birds with one pandering stone and moonlighted as an OU football fan to appease crimson-clad Oklahoma voters. He even went full Ric Flair when OU scored the game-winning touchdown!
Check out this video:
Last week, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol dive team took a break from hiding behind overpasses to do a sweep of the bottom of Lake Tenkiller.
While most of the findings consisted of trash, cigarette butts and reflector sunglasses, the team did discover a wallet that was lost in 2011. Being that a whole decade has passed, that billfold is basically a time capsule at this point. In fact, here are 7 things they probably found in the wallet!
1. Ticket Stubs to a Couple of Thunder Games
After my stroke a few years ago, I came to the horrible realization that I had been involved in a cult for five years, one that almost tore me down, I guess in an attempt to build me back up in their image. Spiritually hurt, after a couple of years, I started to go back to what I knew, the Catholic Church, a different type of cult, but one I thought I could handle.
After a few visits to Mass though, I realized that I just couldn’t do it, as the priest’s homilies always seemed to be about two things: give me money and don’t give me abortions. If you know of another church near me, please let me know.
Regardless, one of the churches I came of age at, St. Francis of Assisi, 1901 NW 16th, recently had an Oktoberfest celebration that I stopped by at on Sunday. I thought it was a bit strange, as growing up, drinking binges were more of a secretive thing, something that the Knights of Columbus always did at their meetings.