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District Judge Kurt Glassco has ordered the city to release records related to 911 calls from the home of Terence Crutcher, which could show whether the officer who shot him to death had been called to his home before.
Many of those arrested were just the type of low-level offenders state lawmakers hoped to keep out of the state’s prisons when they passed a package of reform laws four years ago known as the Justice Reinvestment Initiative.
Until the family of Terence Crutcher settles in court who will serve as special administrator of his estate, a neutral party has been appointed. At least temporarily, Crutcher’s common-law wife, Frenchel Johnson has been removed.
The Rev. Joey Crutcher and Leanna Crutcher filed a motion Monday in Tulsa County District Court alleging Frenchel Johnson is ineligible to be appointed as special administrator of Terence Crutcher’s estate.