Kelly joined KFOR News4 in June of 2018. Before moving up the turnpike, she spent two and a half years reporting and anchoring in Lawton, Oklahoma for KSWO 7News. In 2015, Kelly graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. She was also the goalkeeper for the Razorbacks soccer team and that’s where she met her husband, a fellow Okie who played on the Razorback baseball team.
When she’s not working, she’s spending time outdoors, hunting and fishing with her husband and dog, Jeter.
She has covered everything from Oklahoma tornadoes and wildfires to high profile crimes, murders and human-interest stories. Send her an email with any news tips. Kelly.Roliard@kfor.com


Recent Articles
  • Witnesses say Tallbear nearly hit them before crashing into school bus

    SEMINOLE CO., Okla. – New information has been revealed in the tragic bus crash that killed Johnny Tallbear, his passenger Shari Moore, and Konawa Junior High softball player, Rhindi Isaacs. He’d been busted for driving drunk twice in the past 3 months and some witnesses say Tallbear nearly hit them just moments before crashing into that bus. Sarah Porter and Joetta Brownlee are still shook up, but they realize their lives could have been taken as well. “That car come whipping […]

  • Oklahoma man found guilty in trooper’s death

    CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma man will go to prison for causing a highway patrol trooper’s death. The verdict came down Monday afternoon. A jury found D’Angelo Burgess guilty of first-degree murder. Burgess led authorities on a chase throughout Cleveland County in 2017. Lt. Heath Meyer was hit by a fellow trooper while putting out stop sticks during the chase. Burgess’s family was very emotional and immediately left the courtroom after the verdict was read. But, Greg Mashburn, the […]

  • Chase suspect’s father believes his son isn’t at fault for Trooper’s death

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The trial of a man charged with the death of an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper continues. In 2017, Lieutenant Heath Meyer was hit by a fellow Trooper while putting out stop sticks along I-35. He died of his injuries several days later. The man Troopers were chasing, D’Angelo Burgess was then charged with murder. Multiple Troopers involved in the chase took the stand Wednesday. News4 also spoke with the father of the suspect who believes his son […]

  • Trial begins in 2017 Trooper murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma man is on trial for an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper’s murder. Back in 2017, D’Angelo Burgess led Troopers on a chase. And when Lt. Heath Meyer put out stop sticks, a fellow Trooper hit him. Lt. Meyer later died. In July of 2017, officials stopped 28 year-old, D’Angelo Burgess along I-35 near Tecumseh Road for allegedly following a car too closely. In the dash cam presented in court Tuesday, Trooper Rodney Rideaux asks Burgess for […]

  • Oklahoma County purging evidence room, selling guns to federal license holders

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY – Old, antique guns are up for auction. The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department is purging their evidence room. And, you can get your hands on the guns, but only if you have a federal license. Over 500 guns gathering dust in evidence will soon be up for auction, and the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department said the money will be put to good use. “All budgets are tight right now, so this is going to help us,” said Captain […]

  • Purcell family wanting answers after late father’s dirt bike stolen, found in bad shape 

    PURCELL, Okla. – A family in Purcell is wanting answers after a dirt bike with sentimental value was stolen from their shop and then found in Oklahoma City in bad shape. “I was coming home for lunch, before I pulled in my driveway, I noticed my shop door was open,” said Braden Hunter. The door to the shop was kicked in and a back window was shattered. When Hunter checked inside, he saw that his dad’s dirt bike was missing. […]

  • Three in custody after police chase ends in crash

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A wild police chase ends in a crash in South Oklahoma City. Air Comfort Solutions Chopper 4 was in the air when the suspect jumped out of his SUV and ran. Things quickly came to an end Tuesday morning in a Southwest Oklahoma City neighborhood. The suspect eventually gave up, but not before dodging a few obstacles in his attempt to get away. Police say it all started while patrolling in a hotel parking lot off I-40 […]

  • Herd of cattle stolen in Blaine County

    BLAINE COUNTY, Okla. – Ranchers across the state are worried. Thieves are targeting their livestock. The latest cases are happening near Watonga. That’s where nearly two dozen cattle were taken. The Department of Agriculture said, most of the time after cattle are stolen, the thieves try and re-sell them. They said it’s been happening way too often. “Cattle theft actually goes up this time of the year because cattle are out on wheat and they are easily seen and easier to […]

  • Moore police looking for woman accused of attempted vehicle break-ins 

    MOORE, Okla. – A Moore neighborhood is on high alert after a woman was caught on camera trying to break into cars. It happened near NW 12th and Janeway Avenue Saturday afternoon. Police say the alleged thief got away with one woman’s belongings. “I kept hearing noises outside and I thought I should go and check,” said Karisa Gleason. Gleason says she was terrified while babysitting. But, she didn’t realize something was wrong until she got home hours later. “I went […]

  • Alleged drunk driver plows through Weatherford home

    WEATHERFORD, Okla. – It was a brush with death for one Oklahoma family. Certainly a close call after a driver slams his truck into their home. Police say the alleged drunk driver ran a stop sign, went through Dustin Hayes’ yard and slammed into his house. Hayes says he’s thankful to be alive. “We can rebuild,” said Hayes. “This is all materialistic items. What’s not is a life of me or my son.” The man behind the wheel, Jamal Mays-Henderson, […]

  • Duncan Walmart investigates after razor blades cut multiple people

    DUNCAN, Okla. – A customer cut by a razor blade at an Oklahoma Walmart. The investigation is underway and Walmart is now taking drastic measures to make sure other customers are safe. Linda Marsh says she went to grab a package of paint and a razor blade that was stuck on it, cut her. “It was on the back side so you didn’t see it and I reached around and when I did I thought, ouch,” said Marsh. “I had […]

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