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May 3, 2019

A 25-year-old Waukomis man faces eight possible life sentences after being charged with first-degree rape, kidnapping and domestic abuse. Hunter Landon Timm’s bond was set at $250,000 during his arraignment Thursday. Timm was charged Wednesday with felony counts of first-degree rape, kidnapping, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm after former felony conviction, possession of a sawed-off shotgun, domestic abuse assault and battery-subsequent offense, domestic assault and battery by strangulation-subsequent offense and aggravated assault and battery upon a peace officer. 

 

City of Enid event officials announced today the list of street closings in downtown Enid to accompany First Friday and Tri-State parade.  The May 3rd road closures will begin at 3:00 pm.  The closings include: Broadway from Washington to Grand, Grand from Randolph to Maine. Maine from Independence to Grand, Independence from Washington to Randolph, Randolph from Independence to Grand, Washington from Randolph to Maple. Officials are reminding attendees that after the Tri State parade,  Grand from Broadway to Maine and Washington from Randolph to Maple will stay closed until 10:00 pm.

 

Police and medical services responded to a 911 call Thursday afternoon from Waller Middle School for a student who was exhibiting unusual behavior, according to Enid Public Schools. "A staff member noticed that a student was behaving differently than normal," EPS said in an email. "School officials determined the student had likely taken an excessive amount of medication." The student was transported to a hospital by emergency vehicle, according to the email, which describes the student as "responsive" at the time.

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