Archive - Jul 2011
Lake record fish have been plentiful out of Pine Creek Lake in McCurtain County and another one has recently be caught.
On Thursday, June 23, 2011 Mike Apple of Grannis, AR., reeled in a 8.6 lb Largemouth bass using the bait casting rod and reel method with spinner bait.
The fish was weighed while alive and the angler chose to keep the fish. The record breaking bass was caught in an area called Rocky Point. The bassâ€™s official measurements were 23.50â€ť long and it had a girth of 17.â€ť The fish was checked in at Uncle Bens in Valliant.
According to the Oklahoma State Courts Network website an Antlers man has recently been charged with three counts of juvenile pornography (violation of 21 O.S. 1021.2-1021.3) a criminal felony against both State and Federal Law.
Ronald V. Frey, a 41 year-old man from Antlers will go in front of Judge Jana Wallace on July 27, 2011 for his preliminary hearing. Due to miscommunication and incomplete information transmissions the reason why he is being charged with this (police statements and affidavits of probable cause) is unknown at this time.
A personal injury collision occurred at approximately 6:52 a.m. on US70 about one mile west of Boswell in Choctaw County resulting the injury of Mica Nickole Griffith of Antlers.
The 19 year-old white female from Antlers was airlifted to Parkland Hospital in Dallas, TX., in fair condition with head and trunk internal injuries.
What happened was a 1995 Jeep SUV, driven by Linda Kay Woodbright of Boswell, was headed westbound when the 2007 Chevy 2 door, driven by Griffith, was headed eastbound when she traveled left of center and struck the Jeep head-on.