It's a question worth asking, well, at least if you're one of "those kind" of people. Here's the question: Is it illegal to "do it" in a vehicle in the state of Oklahoma? The answer might just surprise you. Or some of you anyway.
Several Oklahoma Sherriffs have announced that they would not be enforcing the ATF's new pistol brace rules whenever they go into effect. The primary reasons are the citing of Oklahoma's Second Amendment Sanctuary Act and the unconstitutionality of the new rule.
Can you be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor or other violation and/or crime in Oklahoma for flipping off the cops? Could giving the bird and displaying an obscene gesture result in fines or jail time or is it protected "free speech" under the First Amendment?
This icy cool Oklahoma State Trooper, Brack Miller, has gone viral. Video footage from dash-cam and body-cam have been released of a recent high-speed chase and shooting that the officer was involved in. This guy is the very definition of cool under fire!
LPD (Lawton Police Department) is now accepting applications for new officers. If you've ever dreamed of a career in law enforcement, now's your chance! If you're currently looking for a job, or maybe a career change, this could be it.
A domestic terrorist plot was stopped by the Del City Police Department earlier this week. They received an intelligence bulletin about a man who was threatening to blow up the OSHA building in Oklahoma City, OK.
It's back! LPD's (Lawton Police Department's) CPA (Citizens' Police Academy) returns in 2022 on Thursday, January 6th (01-06-22). Space is limited so if you're interested you'll need to get signed up ASAP. Anyone who is 18 years of age or older and lives in the Lawton, Fort Sill community is welcome to be a part of CPA...
Yesterday (02-24-21) Oklahoma legislators passed another bill, HB 2273. It's a companion bill to SB 6 which passed the Oklahoma State Senate earlier. Both bills would make it illegal to photograph or video law enforcement and publish it on an online site, forum or social media platform. There's been a lot of confusion and concern with the two bills as you can imagine. So what exactly will the new law(s) do and what are the penalties be for violating the law(s)? Also, if this does become law when will it take effect?