BC-OK--Oklahoma News Digest 1:30 pm, OK
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OKLAHOMA CITY _ The final person charged in a 2016 shooting rampage in Oklahoma that left two people dead and two police officers wounded has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. Prosecutors accused Reginald Laday Moore of selling an AK-47 assault rifle to Michael Vance, who was accused of killing two people in Luther and leading police on a statewide manhunt that lasted a week. Vance died in a gunbattle with Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers after he was shot at least 20 times. 275 words.
WOMAN DECAPITATED-SON ARRESTED
DENTON, Texas _ Police have arrested a North Texas man suspected of cutting off his mother’s head with a hacksaw. Isaac Israel Warriner was being held Friday in Denton County’s jail on charges including the abuse of a corpse. He hasn’t been charged with killing his mother, Sarah Warriner, though police didn’t immediately release more details. An affidavit says Denton police were called to an apartment complex May 5 by a neighbor who said Warriner “was acting weird” and carrying cleaning supplies. His mother’s body was found in a unit. He was arrested the next day in Oklahoma. SENT: 320 words, pursuing photos.
OKLAHOMA CITY _ A law school dean will serve as University of Oklahoma’s interim president following the sudden resignation of the school’s current leader, who’d served less than a year in his role. The University of Oklahoma Board of Regents says OU Law School Dean Joseph Harroz Jr. will serve as interim president for at least 15 months. The board announced its decision shortly after 2 a.m. Friday following a nearly six-hour executive session. SENT: 130 words. A longer version is not planned.
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