Archive - May 24, 2013 - News Article
On May 11, 2013, a 1 or 2 year old female child was found standing next to a passed out male driver trying to wake him up.
Deputy Darrell Nichols was on patrol in Pushmataha County heading south on Gilly Road, coming up to HWY 271 North, when he found a green vehicle parked in the middle of the intersection with the motor running and headlights on. As Nichols approached the vehicle the first thing he saw was a white male passed out behind the wheel with his feet on the clutch and break petals. Standing next to the man was a 1 or 2 year old female child trying to wake him up.
The Antlers High School Graduating Class of 2013 will walk across the stage at 8:00 p.m. tonight in the Antlers Gym.
Congratulations to all of the graduates! You have worked so hard and we are all very proud of you! Keep up the hard work and you will go far!
Letters were mailed on Monday and Tuesday (May 20/21) to residents and businesses in the Darwin and Moyers Fire Department response area. Residents who live in these two fire departments who do not receive a letter by Tuesday, May 28th, should call SDR at 800-238-1911. Spatial Data Research (SDR), was contracted by Pushmataha County to complete the 9-1-1 Mapping and Addressing Project.
The next fire departments to be notified are Antlers, Rattan and Sobol.
Over the weekend a woman filed an assault report with the Clayton Police Department.
Officer Randall S. McGillvary was called to the P.D. to take the report.
When he arrived at the office, Skye Griffith told him that she wanted to make a report against her former roommate, Marissa Marris.
Griffith said that they were at Marissaâ€™s fatherâ€™s house when Marissa yelled at one of her (Griffith) children. Griffith stated that when she told Marris that there was no reason to take it out on the children Marris came at her from across the room, punching her in the head and face.