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Police Release Name of Female in Fatal Car Crash
The female suspect that fled from police and died in the fatality accident at NE 18 and Martin Luther King Boulevard, following the armed robbery at JR’s Truck Stop, located 1901 E. Reno, has been identified as Aline Marie Williams.
Ms. Williams had previously served prison time for armed robbery.
She was released from prison in June of 2011 and was on probation at the time of her death. Next of kin notification has been made.
As reported yesterday, Oklahoma City Police officers responded to an assault call at JR’s Truck stop located at 1901 E. Reno.
The first arriving officers observed a small green SUV leaving the parking lot driving erratically. They attempted to stop the vehicle and the driver, Ms. Williams, led them on a short pursuit, northbound on Martin Luther King Boulevard.
She reportedly struck a few curbs during the pursuit causing her to lose control in the 1800 block of MLK Blvd.
The suspect vehicle crashed into an unoccupied business at NE 18 and MLK Blvd. killing Ms. Williams, who was the only occupant in the vehicle.
Other officers responded to the truck stop to find witnesses and good Samaritans physically restraining the male suspect who was identified as 60-year old Sammy Nugent.
The robbery victim is a cross county truck driver. He was struck multiple times with a rubber mallet, but only sustained minor injury. Mr. Nugent was arrested for one count of armed robbery.
Both suspects are believed to be transients with no permanent addresses.
Posted: Wednesday, December 12 2012, 10:18 AM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
Civil Air Patrol helps asses Okla. tornado damage
May 25, 2013 18:12 GMT
MOORE, Okla. (AP) -- The Oklahoma Civil Air Patrol Wing is helping the Federal Emergency Management Agency by going door-to-door to help assess damage from the killer tornado that struck Moore.
Lt. Col. Dave Roberts says the work began Wednesday to photograph the estimated 12,00 homes damaged by the tornadoes in Moore and south Oklahoma City.
He says the CAP has been taking an average of 500 photos per day and hopes to triple that amount Saturday with the addition of more volunteers.
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