News Headlines - July 7

'Persons of Interest' list down to two in gang-related homicides in Ardmore

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE - The list of 'Persons of Interest' regarding two homicides that took place a week ago.

The Ardmore Police Department is reporting that Dimitri Washington talked with investigators on Saturday regarding the murders and was eventually released and taken off of the list of those wanted for questioning.

The list of people wanted for questioning now stands at two with O'shay Brown (left) and Ricky McGee Jr. (right).

You can read the full story HERE on the homicides along with updates.

Bryan County accident leaves four dead over the weekend

An accident in Bryan County yesterday afternoon has left our people dead, including a child after a head on collision on highway 70.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a trooper, Steve Nabors, was patrolling the highway when he saw a chevy pickup driving the wrong way into oncoming traffic. Before he could stop the vehicle, it collided head on with a Ford pickup just east of the Roosevelt Bridge.

The driver of the Chevy, 47-year-old Richard Brett Ardrey and his passenger, 37-year-old Matthew Joseph Kraemer, both of Colbert were killed on scene.

The driver of the Ford, 40-year-old Leonard Wiley Fly II and one of his passengers, a 14-year-old juvenile, whose name is being withheld, also died at the scene. However another passenger, a 13-year-old juvenile, whose name is also being withheld, survived and was taken to Children’s Hospital in Dallas Texas with internal and external injuries, but was last listed in good condition.

It is still unclear as to why Ardrey was driving on the wrong side of the road. Troopers will continue to investigate.

Two injured in alcohol-related ATV accident

Two people were injured in an alcohol-relate ATV accident in Marshall County over the weekend, sending both of them to the hospital.

The crashed happened just after 10 on Friday just outside of Kingston.

Troopers say 22-year-old Dylon Teeter of Wilson was driving at an unsafe speed when he didn’t make it around a curve, ran off the road and rolled his vehicle. Teeter had four passengers with him. He and one other passenger, 21-year-old Anthony Palacios of Davis were air lifted to a Plano Hospital for treatment.

The other three passengers were treated at the scene.

OHP writes seven DUI citations over holiday weekend

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported at least seven DUI arrests between Friday evening and Sunday morning, one of which caused a three-vehicle accident in front of WinStar World Casino.

Troopers say the driver’s blood alcohol content was four times the legal limit at the time.


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