Manhunt continues for Oklahoma fugitive accused of violent multi-county crime spree including murder

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    Murder charges filed against Oklahoma fugitive Michael Vance

    OKLAHOMA CITY– On the same day funeral services were held for Ron and Kay Wilkson, murder charges were filed against the man accused of murdering them while on a violent multi-county crime spree. Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater filed four counts against Michael Vance which include two counts of first-degree murder, unauthorized use of a vehicle and felon in possession of a firearm. Vance is accused of having a shootout with Wellston Police in Lincoln County on Oct. 23. […]

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    Updated: Timeline of multi-county crime spree and hunt for accused killer Michael Vance

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Michael Vance has a criminal history and remains on the run  after shooting 6 people, leaving two dead. He is considered armed and dangerous. Michael Vance Jr. is wanted for a crime spree that started Sunday night in Wellston. He is accused of murdering two family members, wounded two officers along with two other people during carjackings. Sunday, October 23.  Wellston, Oklahoma in Lincoln County Starting at approximately 6:30 p.m. Wellston officers responded to a shots fired call at property […]

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    AMARILLO, TEXAS– An Oklahoma woman who has been on the run for years is behind bars once again. In December 1997 Tina Stone walked away from a Tulsa halfway house. She traveled to Texas and law enforcement knew where she was but they could not arrest her. The reason is because a ‘temporary’ warrant for her arrest had expired. Now, a new law gives the Oklahoma Department of Corrections the power to issue a ‘permanent’ warrant for people who leave […]

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    Tip hotline set up in the hunt for suspected killer Michael Vance

    OKLAHOMA CITY- The search for accused killer Michael Vance continues and a new hotline has been set up to handle tips on possible sightings. Vance is accused of murdering two family members and shooting at least 4 other people, including two police officers during a crime spree which started Sunday evening in Wellston. If you have information on Vance call 405-246-9205.  He was last seen in Sayre early Monday morning in a 2007 Silver Mitsubishi Eclipse with Oklahoma tag 943-LQQ. […]

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    Oklahoma County GOP Chairman asks Oklahoma County Sheriff to suspend himself pending financial audit investigation

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    Granny Smith Apple Pie with Bacon Recipe

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    Luther schools on lock down until accused killer captured

    LUTHER,Okla.– Luther schools are on  lock down while the search is on for a man accused of a multi-county crime spree including shooting two police officers and killing two family members in the Luther area. Officials are searching for Michael Vance. Vance is accused of shooting two Wellston Police officers on Sunday night, killing his aunt and uncle, shooting and carjacking a woman in Lincoln County as well as possibly shooting and trying to carjack a man at a truck […]

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    Crews battle house fire in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla.– Firefighters battled a large house fire in Norman. The fire was near 24th Avenue NW and Rock Creek. Fire officials say when they arrived the back of the home was in flames and had moved to the attic. They say it was hard to fight it since the home was located outside the city’s water distribution zone and there were not any nearby hydrants. This meant they had to truck water in to the scene. The homeowner was […]