From the 305 to the 405, I’m happy to call Oklahoma City home.

I joined Oklahoma’s News 4 in November 2018 after spending more than four years anchoring and reporting for WHNT News 19, KFOR’s sister station in Huntsville, Alabama. Here, you can catch me anchoring the 9pm news on KAUT and reporting in the field on KFOR.

A Miami native of Jamaican descent, I am a proud ‘Cane, graduating from the University of Miami in 2013 where I joined Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

After graduating, I moved to Gulfport/Biloxi, Mississippi as one of the first reporters for WXXV News 25, a startup news product that launched in 2013.

When I’m not working the camera, you can catch me at car shows, watching sports, cooking Jamaican food, or traveling.

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Recent Articles
  • “It’s about responsibility,” Father who lost son to opioid overdose responds to Purdue Pharma settlement

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Billy Guy says opioid addiction is a family disease, one that he says his family battled for years. “We lost our 34-year-old son Chris to an overdose of Oxycontin laced with Fentanyl,” Guy explained. The loss of his son followed Chris’ 20-year on-and-off battle with addiction. Now, Guy dedicates considerable time to advocacy to prevent other parents from landing in his position. News of the $270 million settlement in the state’s lawsuit against Purdue Pharma, he says, […]

  • Environmentalists discuss water pollution concerns at Capitol

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Led by former Attorney General and recent gubernatorial candidate Drew Edmonson, environmentalist leaders gathered to discuss water pollution in our state. “We have rivers that are drying up. We have rivers that are being drawn down by businesses,” said Johnson Grimm-Bridgwater with the Oklahoma Chapter of the Sierra Club. According to a release, Edmonson “believes that in failing to clean up the Illinois River, the State of Oklahoma is failing our children.” “I believe it requires immediate […]

  • Fake firefighter tries to “inspect” Midwest City businesses; officials warn of impostors

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Police and firefighters work to identify and stop a man they say flashed a badge to conduct inspections. “What we don’t like is that he was trying to portray himself as an official of the city government, which he is not,” explained Major David Richardson with Midwest City Fire Department. Sunday, the fire department got a call from a business owner wanting to know if an inspector had been conducting inspections in the area after-hours. A […]

  • Program flagging uninsured drivers mislabels some, officials ID flaw

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  The Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Diversion (UVED) program was put in place to urge more Oklahomans to get and keep insurance on their vehicle. You may have seen SUVs parked on the shoulder of an interstate, equipped with cameras that scan license plates. “Those are compared against a database that indicates whether or not they are insured and those photos are sent to us to be reviewed,” explained UVED prosecutor Amanda Arnall Couch. But since the snapshots started, […]

  • Private investors breathing new life into Ritz Theater, old town Britton

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – An almost-forgotten strip along Route 66 is seeing new life. A group of private investors set their sights on old town Britton, and already change is evident on the strip between Western and Classen. “It’s one of the only emerging districts that’s on Route 66,” said investor Mark Inman. “Most of the storefronts on the north side have been resurfaced and refaced.” Inman and his colleagues have acquired about half of the strip, and the shift […]

  • Commissioner calls for change after jail audit reveals people mistakenly jailed

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Okla. – County Commissioner Kevin Calvey said he heard rumors about what was going on inside the Oklahoma County Jail, but he says a recent audit performed by the public defender confirms his worst fears. “Obviously this is a significant problem. It’s not the first instance,” said Commissioner Calvey. The search unveiled found inmates who shouldn’t have been in jail. “There were three names that we gave the judge that based on our inventory that were inappropriately in […]

  • Man arrested following low-speed chase in truck stolen from Texas

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A man adds more charges to his previous criminal record after he was taken into custody following a brief police chase Tuesday afternoon. The end of that pursuit creating a sea of police lights in the parking lot of Advantage Battery near the intersection of Melrose and Rockwell. The chase stemmed from a carjacking case in Amarillo, Texas. “A stolen vehicle taken in their city had been tracked to our jurisdiction,” explained Lt. Isaac Goodman with Oklahoma […]

  • ‘I had a gun in my face. I couldn’t stop shaking,’ Police looking for robber that hit 3 metro businesses in 45 minutes

    OKLAHOMA CITY – With help from surveillance photos, Oklahoma City investigators hope someone can help identify a person of interest in connection to three attempted robberies. Between approximately 6:30 a.m. and 7:15 a.m. on Monday, a Walmart Neighborhood Market, a CVS Pharmacy and Maestro Donuts, all on the city’s south side, all reported attempted robberies with the same suspect description. The subject is described as a white male between his late teens to early 20s, was wearing a dark blue […]

  • Video on social media shows adults watching Oklahoma elementary schoolers fight

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A family is wanting answers after a video surfaced showing their 11-year-old in an after school scuffle with a classmate. “It was jaw-dropping,” said Lynn Coleman, the aunt of one of the girls. “Bullying is not okay.” Coleman says her niece and the other girl attend Tinker Elementary School. She says her niece tells her some in-class bullying escalated into fights at least twice. The concerned aunt says the confrontations happened with adult supervision, and those adults […]

  • “She stabbed me,” Woman charged after altercation with boyfriend collapses his lung

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A 22-year-old metro man went straight from the hospital to the county courthouse to file a protection order. Steven Woolbright has a bandage on his side after spending two days in the hospital. His girlfriend is accused of stabbing him during a late night confrontation. He says it started when he heard a door slam in the wee hours of Sunday morning, it was 22-year-old Jennifer Brown, demanding the keys to his car. “I wouldn’t give them […]

  • Bill outlawing red light cameras passes Oklahoma Senate

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill prohibiting robotic eyes at the intersection is making its way through the Oklahoma legislature with little opposition. Senator Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) authored SB260 and said it’s part of a nationwide movement to outlaw red light cameras. “There are quite a few states that have already banned red light cameras,” Dahm said. “There are a lot of cities and municipalities that started to remove them that had them in place for years.” Dahm said the […]

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