Laptops stolen from Schulter school


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Updated: 4/08/2013 4:47 pm Published: 4/08/2013 4:47 pm


The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office is investigating a break-in at the Schulter Public Schools.

Deputies say on April 4th someone broke into the school and stole ten laptops.

OSCO Patrol Sgt. Mark Dawson and Deputy Dallas Lang found three suspects in the Schulter area on April 5th and located six of the laptops.

Deputies also found nine marijuana plants from the same residence. The other four laptop computers have been entered into NCIC and the OCSO expects to recover them shortly.

If you have further information regarding the theft of these computers, please contact the OCSO at (918)756-4311 and request to speak with Investigator Toni King.


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