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Edmond Police Release Details of Threat Against Church
Police in Edmond have released details of a threat against First Presbyterian Church on Monday that caused Edmond Schools to go on modified lock down.
Michael Seockjin Moon, 18, of Edmond was arrested for making threats to kill employees at the First Presbyterian Church at 1001 S. Rankin.
Police say they were called to the church just after 8:00 a.m. Two people were sitting outside the church's Great Hall when they heard someone yell "Hello?"
Moments later, an Asian male in his late teens walked up to them and told them "they were going to hell" and he was going to kill them, not literally, but figuratively. He also told them he was not Jesus Christ but was acting for Jesus. He said the church was evil and full of sinners and he was going to kill them all.
The victims said Moon told them that he had been institutionalized and they had been forcing pills down his throat and poisoning him. He told them he was dying inside each day so he could come back and kill them all for their sins.
Both victims said Moon never showed a weapon but he was wearing baggy clothes and they thought he might have one.
When Moon left, one of the victims followed him and saw him climb into an older model white Ford Crown Victoria.
The vehicle had a spotlight on the driver's door, a black push bumper on the front and a small antenna in the center of the roof. The vehicle left northbound on Rankin towards 9th Street.
Police sent a description of Moon and his vehicle to officers across the department. One officer believed he was a former student at Memorial High School. Police showed a picture of Moon from the school's database to both victims who confirmed it was him.
Officials spoke with Moon's father who said he was at the Edmond Racquet Club where he was arrested.
Moon was booked under a complaint of Felony Assault – Making Threats to Kill.
Posted: Tuesday, March 5 2013, 11:52 AM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
Okla. grand jury returns new charges on ex-judge
May 23, 2013 23:32 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma's multicounty grand jury has returned new indictments against a former Lincoln County judge who already faces embezzlement and cattle theft charges.
The grand jury handed up the indictments Thursday against 47-year-old Craig S. Key of Chandler.
Key turned himself in last month to Lincoln County authorities who set bond at $10,000.
One indictment accuses Key of harboring a fugitive by allegedly encouraging a client facing criminal charges in Lincoln and Jefferson counties to flee the state to avoid prosecution.
Another charges Key with five counts of delivery of a forged note and accuses him of forging the name of a woman whose signature was required on escrow account checks that Key was also required to sign.
Key's attorney, Cheryl Ramsey of Stillwater, says the additional indictments are no surprise.
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