Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz was indicted as part of an investigation into his office following a volunteer deputy's fatal shooting of an unarmed man
Ninety years after white arsonists torched Tulsa, blacks remain grossly underrepresented in the state's electorate
The Tulsa County Sheriff whose volunteer deputy shot and killed an unarmed black man in April will resign following his indictment at the hands of a grand jury on charges of misconduct.
Several months ago, we covered this story of the tragic shooting of an unarmed suspect at the hands of the Tulsa "police." I put scare quotations around the word police because it turns out that the officer in question was actually a...Show More Summary
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The wheels of justice do grind, but they grind slowly. Nearly six months after Eric Harris was killed by Tulsa Deputy Robert Bates and the news broke that Sheriff Stanley Glanz had let Bates slide on his training requirements and deputy...Show More Summary
Goodbye Stanley Glanz On Wednesday afternoon, September 30, Tulsa Sheriff Stanley Glanz resigned after a grand jury indicted him on multiple charges. BREAKING: @TCSO Sheriff Stanley Glanz indicted for willful violation of the law & violating law for not releasing internal report. Show More Summary
Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz said on Wednesday he plans to resign after a grand jury recommended his removal and indicted him on two misdemeanors in an investigation spurred by the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a white volunteer deputy. Scott Wood, an attorney for Glanz, told...
A grand jury has indicted a Tulsa County, Oklahoma, sheriff whose office came under intense national scrutiny following the fatal shooting of an unarmed and restrained man by a volunteer deputy who mistook his hand gun for a stun gun. Show More Summary
Tulsa Sheriff Staley Glanz was indictment on two misdemeanor counts.
The case of corruption in the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office has climaxed with the sudden resignation of the sheriff. The case started last Spring when Reserve Deputy Bob Bates killed a crime suspect with the former’s handgun when the former thought he was using a taser. An investigation into Bates’ training revealed that he had [...]Show More Summary
An Oklahoma sheriff was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday in relation to the case of a volunteer deputy charged with manslaughter after mistaking his gun for a taser and shooting a restrained man in April.
A lawyer for Sheriff Stanley Glanz said that he would step down, six months after a volunteer deputy accidentally killed an unarmed man during an arrest.
Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz indicted on two misdemeanors as part of an investigation into his office following the fatal shooting of Eric Harris
19. This week was our anniversary. We celebrated by driving the kids to various sports practices and eventually sharing a late dinner of take-out lobster tail that Paige and I picked up on our way out of Tulsa earlier that night. And you know what? We wouldn’t have it any other way. After Alex left […]
During the ride home, the unidentified male and others in the car heard "popping" noises on the highway, and later noticed a bullethole in the back windshield.
Good morning! It's your college football wake-up call! "Who's been eating my porridge?" -- Bob Stoops. A Baylor assistant somehow ended up on the sideline during the Golden Hurricanes' game at Oklahoma. Off-campus scouting of future opponents is a violation of NCAA bylaws, but there might be a simpler explanation. Show More Summary
Move over, Deflategate; it's time for Sidelinegate. In a bizarre story, Baylor's passing game coordinator, Jeff Lebby, was caught on the sideline during the Sooners' 52-38 win over Tulsa on Saturday, per Carey Murdock of WWLS, which is an NCAA violation. Lebby does have a connection to both programs. Show More Summary
This appears to be an NCAA rules violation. Baylor assistant Jeff Lebby was on the sidelines for Saturday's Oklahoma-Tulsa in what appears to be an NCAA violation. Coaches are not allowed to do off-campus, in-person scouting of a same-season opponent. Show More Summary
Tulsa picked up a versatile wing in Travis Atson.