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Latest Lawton Trials News
Lawton murder suspect escapes from prison
Pittsburg, oklahoma
Authorities are searching for a man, wanted for murder in Lawton, after he escaped from a prison in southeast Oklahoma Tuesday night. The escape comes just five days after he was charged for the crime.
December 16 2014
Prison Says Inmate Learned About New Murder Charge Before Escape To Durant
Pittsburg, oklahoma
DURANT, OK -- The DOC now says an inmate's sister called him about a Lawton news report from last Friday, alerting him about his new murder charge.
December 16 2014
UPDATE: Ex-Choctaw Nation Exec Trial Wraps Up With Explosive Allegations And Guilty Verdict
Lawton, Oklahoma
MUSKOGEE, OK -- A former Choctaw Nation executive is found guilty on 6 of 7 counts, and not guilty on a money laundering count.
December 12 2014
Doctor recovers from Ebola, leaves NYC hospital
Lawton, Oklahoma
Hugging the health workers who cared for him, a doctor who recovered from Ebola said Tuesday he was a living example of effective treatment and urged support for those combating the virus at its West African epicenter.
November 19 2014
Purls of Wisdom group helps women battling cancer
A Lawton church group donated hats, scarves and special “cupcakes” with a unique purpose to female cancer patients at Comanche County Memorial Hospital.
October 23 2014
Oklahoma woman behind bars for fake Ebola threat
LAWTON, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is behind bars after allegedly showing up to the hospital and claiming she had Ebola. According to KSWO, Beryl Rhines told staff at Comanche County Memorial Hospital she had a fever and may have contracted Ebola from an African foreign exchange student. She told health care officials the foreign […]
October 23 2014
Alan Hruby receives state-appointed attorney
Lawton, Oklahoma
The 19-year-old Duncan man who confessed to police that he killed his father, mother and sister over money has been assigned a court-appointed attorney.
October 19 2014
Duncan police chief tells TV station son has confessed to killing family
Marlow, Oklahoma
DUNCAN, Okla. – New information into the triple murder in Duncan, Okla. KSWO , a Lawton, Okla. television station, is reporting that Alan Hruby, the only surviving family member, has confessed to the murders of his mother, father, and sister. KSWO says the information was confirmed early Wednesday morning by Duncan Police Chief Danny Ford. John Hruby, […]
October 15 2014
Man Arrested In Connection With Lawton Fatal Shooting
One man was arrested Thursday afternoon in connection with a shooting that killed one man and injured another.
October 14 2014
Lawton man accepts plea deal in murder case
A Lawton man, scheduled to face trial next week for second-degree murder, accepted a plea deal in exchange for a manslaughter charge.
September 28 2014
Testimony continues in Graham trial
A man who said he drove a murder suspect to the Lawton apartment complex where a 17-year-old was killed in a drug deal gone bad, gave his testimony.
September 23 2014
Saudi court sentences 18 to prison for terrorism
Lawton, Oklahoma
A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced 18 more people on terrorism charges, part of an alleged 50-member cell charged with launching attacks aimed at toppling the monarchy around a decade ago.
September 06 2014
Ukraine's leader: Careful optimism on peace talks
Lawton, Oklahoma
Ukraine's president expressed "careful optimism" Thursday that a peace deal could be reached with Russian-backed separatists at their upcoming talks, even as he and NATO leaders agreed that Moscow should be punished...
September 06 2014
Mosque attack kills 64 in Iraq, Sunnis halt talks
Lawton, Oklahoma
Gunmen attacked a Sunni mosque during Friday prayers and killed at least 64 people, prompting Sunni lawmakers to withdraw from talks on forming a new, more inclusive government capable of confronting the Islamic extremists...
August 25 2014
SW Okla. tribal citizens express concerns over Lawton facility, quality of care
Discussions centered on the quality of healthcare, accessibility to services, drug availability and issues of disrespect from providers.
August 12 2014
Lawton woman killed in car crash
Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a car crash in Caddo County claimed a Lawton woman's life.
August 06 2014
Defense Attorney Challenges Oklahoma Death Penalty For Lawton Prisoner
The attorney for a state prison inmate who's charged with murder is asking a judge to dismiss the death penalty in the case.
August 02 2014
Lawton Man Ordered To Stand Trial In Shooting Death
A Lawton man accused of a fatal shooting outside a bar has been ordered to stand trial on a charge of second-degree murder.
July 22 2014
Crew fan hospitalized after lightning strike
Lawton, Oklahoma
Lightning struck outside a soccer stadium before an MLS game, sending an off-duty firefighter who went into cardiac arrest to the hospital and forcing the postponement of the Crew's game against FC Dallas.
July 13 2014
Lawton Man Bound Over For Trial In Wife's Death
A Lawton man has been ordered to stand trial in the stabbing death of his wife.
July 09 2014
Ft. Sill care of migrant children to help economy
LAWTON, Okla. (AP) - The temporary housing of hundreds of immigrant children at Fort Sill in southwestern Oklahoma and the influx of workers to take care of them could infuse millions of dollars into the local economy, city leaders said. Administration for Children and Families spokesman Kenneth Wolfe ...
June 25 2014
OSBI investigating officer involved shooting
A man who pulled a gun at Lawton police officers was shot and killed Saturday night, and now the department has requested the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to investigate.
June 10 2014
Defense rests their case in Weimer trial
Expert testimony from the defense was given Monday in the case of a Lawton man accused of murder in the death of his former fiancée’s son suggested the boy could have died from a fall.
June 05 2014
Family Of A Murdered Woman Hopes Social Media Will Help Cold Case
Lawton, Oklahoma
The mother of two was killed 26 years ago and her loved ones are using Facebook and Twitter to produce new leads.
May 24 2014
Woman pinned inside vehicle after flip over accident
Lawton, Oklahoma
A single-vehicle accident in Lawton sent one woman to the hospital with back and neck injuries after flipping her car on its side.
May 24 2014
Nobles pleads guilty to lesser charge
A Lawton man accused of murder avoided trial by pleading guilty to a lesser charge in a Comanche County courtroom.
May 21 2014
Melendez case put on hold due to mix-up
A Lawton man charged with intimidating a state witness in a murder trial was in court Monday to plead guilty, but a mix-up forced a delay.
May 20 2014
Ray will go to trial for murder charge
Norman, Oklahoma
A Lawton woman charged with the murder of her son after allegedly abusing him will go to trial.
May 16 2014
Egypt bans April 6 youth movement
Lawton, Oklahoma
An Egyptian court has banned the April 6 youth movement that helped engineer the 2011 uprising that led to the ouster of longtime autocratic President Hosni Mubarak.
April 28 2014
Views differ of imam accused in terror case
Lawton, Oklahoma
An Egyptian imam who led a London mosque more than a dozen years ago was portrayed in opening statements at his terrorism trial as an enthusiastic supporter of al-Qaida by a prosecutor and as a reasonable man who helped...
April 26 2014
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