Betty Shelby, the Oklahoma police officer who was acquitted in the shooting death of an unarmed black man, is resigning from the Tulsa Police Department effective August 3, her attorney Shannon McMurray said.
Like many other states, Oklahoma law bars sex offenders from living nears schools and churches. But what Danyelle Dyer and her family discovered is the state doesn't have a statute that prevents a sexual predator from moving next door to his victim.
A mental health call turned into a deadly shooting in Oklahoma when three law enforcement officers confronted a knife-wielding man outside a convenience store, the Tulsa County sheriff's department said.
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