Former Oklahoma doctor arrested in Texas on felony homicide

Former Oklahoma doctor arrested in Texas on felony homicide warrants

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A former Oklahoma doctor has been arrested on felony homicide warrants in Texas.

According to the Kilgore Police Department, DEA Agents along with Kilgore Police officers served felony arrest warrants at a Kilgore home Friday which resulted in the arrest of 71-year-old William Martin Valuck.

The warrants issued for Valuck included nine counts of homicide and 43 counts of drug distribution in the State of Oklahoma. The warrant service was provided at the request of Oklahoma law enforcement officials.

Valuck was taken to the Rusk County Jail as he awaits extradition to the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office.

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