Oklahoma's Successful Drug Court Program To Be Cut
If the legislature doesn't act soon to replace $75 million in lost revenue to the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, the agency says it will cut all outpatient services.
Among those cuts would be elimination of the Oklahoma Drug Court. The program has been around since 1995 and provides treatment for those convicted of drug possession instead of incarceration.
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stillwater Bondsman case
STILLWATER, Oklahoma - Stillwater bail bondsman Chasity Carey was arrested for murder Wednesday evening, hours after killing her client Brandon James Williams. Carey originally told police she shot Williams in self-defense, but investigators quickly discovered that was not the case.