• Rogers County Courthouse reopens after bed bug scare

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    CLAREMORE, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • The Rogers County Courthouse closed at noon Monday due to bed bugs.
    • Officials confirmed the building does have a case of bed bugs and they are working to take care of the problem with a pest control company.
    • Officials ask anyone who may have been exposed to take appropriate action.
    • Deputies told FOX23 the bugs came in on a lawyer and were discovered on the third floor. An employee noticed a bug crawling on him and then more were found swarming inside his jacket.
    • The courthouse's contracted exterminating company was called to chemical spray and dust to get rid of any more bugs that may have been in the building.
    • Officials say there was no "infestation" but the courthouse was closed as a precaution.
    • The courthouse reopened Tuesday at 8 a.m.


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