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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
  • “My daughter was abused,” mother says Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center guard injured her daughter

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A mother wants to see the Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center in Tecumseh closed completely. “It’s to the point where I’m afraid for my daughter’s life,” said Christy West. “I don’t feel she’s safe at that facility.” West’s 17-year-old daughter Solei has been a resident of the center for seven months, and she says in that time, she has had two incidents with guards and staff. The most recent instance has the teen recovering at a metro hospital […]

  • Three arrested following investigation into Oklahoma City club

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Three people were taken into custody following a two-year investigation by the Oklahoma City Police Department focused on a metro club. “The Oklahoma City Police Department’s Vice Unit in conjunction with the Oklahoma ABLE Commission executed search warrants, not only for the Midway Island Club but for their parent company and associated businesses,” explained MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. “These search warrants had to deal with an investigation looking into sale of narcotics […]

  • Save the Egg: Dozens rally to save iconic “egg church”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Dozens of demonstrators, signs in tow, lined a metro street today outside First Christian Church to make sure that the future of the so-called Egg Church does not include demolition. The iconic church sits on a 32-acre property that it shares with the Jewel Box Theater, Trinity School, and the Oklahoma Disciples Foundation. The building went up for sale in 2016 and has the attention of a potential buyer. “A purchaser would buy it, contingent on being able […]

  • Woman accused of setting fire to mother’s barn, assaulting deputy, involved with 2 more arson cases

    OKLAHOMA CO., Okla. – Investigators from multiple jurisdictions connect the same woman to a series of arson cases. Kelsey Swinford is accused of setting fire to her mother’s barn in rural Garvin County after a dispute over the use of the property. But investigators say she’s accused of two other incidents in Oklahoma City and Bethany. Bethany police records show one of those incidents took place at the home of a woman Swinford was dating; she was arrested there in […]

  • 2 Norman city council members turn their backs on resident in protest of anti-abortion comments at meeting

    NORMAN, Okla. – Public comments at a city council meeting led to words and actions that have Norman residents picking sides after abortion became the topic of discussion. Resident Shane Dodson took to the mic to express his beliefs the city should stand firm against abortion. But, during his comments, two council members, Kate Bierman and Alexandra Scott, turned their backs to him. “I see that as kind of an immature thing to do,” Dodson told News 4. “I see […]

  • Duncan Public Schools Superintendent to resign; parents attend BOE meeting with special education concerns

    DUNCAN, Okla. – The woman at the helm of Duncan Public Schools is heading out the door; Wednesday night the school board held a meeting to discuss the next steps after her departure. In the audience were parents and children with signs demanding a change in culture at the school. Superintendent Melonie Hau has not formally submitted her resignation but board members tell News 4 she sent an email to staff outlining her intent to leave the district. The special […]

  • State Fire Marshal’s Office takes up investigation of fatal Guthrie house fire

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Firefighters and police officers spent hours milling around a house on the city’s east side, blackened after a fire. The blaze left one dead and one injured. At about 11:45 Friday morning, first responders were called to the house fire, near the intersection of East Elm Street and East Springer Avenue. Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow tells News 4 he could see the smoke from blocks away. “We rolled up and already had heavy involvement on the […]

  • Residents push back as developer sues city of Edmond after striking down 450-home development

    EDMOND, Okla. – Residents prepare to take their voices from the planning commission to court as a developer fights for a project. Moyer 110, LLC/Premium Land Co. owns a 110-acre plot of land just east of Midwest Boulevard between Coffee Creek Road and Covell Road. The developer’s plan for that site is 450 homes. Currently, the area is covered with a remnant forest; one that many of the residents don’t want to lose. In November, Edmond’s planning commission unanimously voted […]

  • Teens say local deacon hurled racial slurs, pointed his gun at them

    Edmond, Okla. – A family says they now seek therapy for their thirteen-year-old son after he says a stranger called him the n-word and brandished a weapon. Daniel Cox says he and his friends were skateboarding at a business park and the owner of the property told them to leave. “He said ‘you mother-f-ers better leave right now,'” Cox tells News 4. “He showed us his gun so we could back off, it was a Glock.” Cox says the man […]

  • OMMA closes call center to focus on high volume of medical marijuana applications

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When Oklahoma voters approved medicinal marijuana, it was projected, in its first year, there would be between 40,000 and 80,000 users. In about six months, our state has more than 65,000 cardholders. Plus, officials with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) said they went from receiving about 1,200 applications a week in September to about 5,000 a week today. The high volume of incoming applications caused a shuffle of resources that temporarily eliminates a well-used customer service. […]

  • Attempted kidnapping ends in police pursuit and crash, two suspects in custody

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say two suspects are now in custody after a reported kidnapping and subsequent car chase Friday afternoon. Shortly before 1 p.m., officers responded to a call of a kidnapping in SE OKC. The 911 caller said his niece was taken by a someone in an SUV and he was following the vehicle. “While the reporting party was following the suspect vehicle, the suspect actually fired shots at the reporting party,” explained Officer Megan Morgan with the […]

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