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Murder charge expected in Oklahoma beheading case
Murder charge expected in Oklahoma beheading case

Authorities expect charges to be filed Tuesday against an Oklahoma man suspected of beheading a co-worker and attacking another before he was shot by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy. Detectives met with prosecutors Monday afternoon to present evidence, and Moore Police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis told The Times earlier Monday that they would recommend that Alton Nolen, 30, face charges of murder and assault with a deadly weapon. The district attorney's office for Cleveland County said it expected to charge Nolen early Tuesday afternoon. In a video statement released on Facebook, a woman identifying herself as Nolen’s mother apologized to the victims’ families. “Our...

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