After settling seven lawsuits for $1.3 million, Tulsa doctor’s license set for review

Masters allegedly gave a patient syringes filled with the patient’s fat tissue and told the patient to take the syringes home, put them in her freezer and self-inject them into her face when she desired.
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Documents: Body camera policy not violated when TPD officer didn’t record Barre shooting

A Tulsa Police Officer whose body camera began recording a fatal encounter between a north Tulsa man and three law enforcement officers did not break TPD policy by not recording the entire shooting, documents show.
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DHS report: Abuse, lack of supervision found in juvenile facility where teenager died

Staff members who worked at a Muskogee County juvenile facility where a 16-year-old hanged himself in December were mentally abusive and didn't give juveniles adequate supervision, an investigation by the Department of Human Services has found.
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TPD officer under investigation after pointing firearm at woman during traffic stop

A Tulsa Police Officer is under Internal Affairs investigation and has been moved temporarily to administrative duty after his dashboard camera recording him pointing his gun at a female driver and berating her for several minutes before writing her a ticket for an improper lane change.
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Private prison company buys, then shuts down two Tulsa prisoner reentry facilities

State corrections officials expressed several concerns about CoreCivic’s plans to close the facilities, including sending prisoners nearing release from one of the best performing reentry facilities to one of the worst performing facilities.
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Family of Okemah man shot in the back of the head by a deputy seeking grand jury investigation

The family of James Coale needs 500 signatures from registered voters in Okfuskee County before an investigation of the shooting can be ordered.
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Barre family attorney: ‘Significant’ failure of law enforcement communicating with family, mental health professionals

“My interest is in what all transpired, what sort of practices were utilized much further upstream with this young man because we know for a fact this had been going on for awhile." — Mike Brose, CEO of Mental Health Association Oklahoma.
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Second witness to fatal crash says Tulsa County deputy did not render medical aid to victim

Lisa Reyna is the second eyewitness to speak with The Frontier and whose account of what happened during the crash contradicts details in a report by a Tulsa County Sheriff’s deputy who had just made a U turn in the roadway when the crash occurred.
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Preliminary OHP report on fatal crash fails to mention possible involvement of sheriff’s deputy

Other motorcyclists who were at the scene of the fatal crash say they were told by the deputy to leave, while the deputy's report says he told them to stay.
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Lawsuit against councilor over alleged negligence dismissed with settlement agreement

The dismissal came following a settlement agreement between the plaintiff investors of The Max Retropub, Ewing and his other entities, plaintiff Mark Perkins said Thursday.
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