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  • Attorney General Hunter Applauds Tulsa PDs Effort in Operation Blue Thunder

    Joint task force assisted with Safe Oklahoma Grant moneyTULSA – Attorney General Mike Hunter today commended the Tulsa Police Department and other state and federal law enforcement agencies after a successful four-week crime sweep across Tulsa, called Operation Blue Thunder.In total, the citywide operation made 102 felony arrests, served 55 felony warrants, seized 48 illegally possessed firearms and recovered 17 stolen vehicles.Officers also recovered 26 pounds of marijuana, 26 grams of cocaine,...  Read More...

  • AG Hunter Writes Letter to Feds Requesting Opioid Industry be Treated as Criminal Enterprise

    AG Hunter requests meeting to discuss federal, state effortOKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter today sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting the federal government pursue opioid manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).The letter comes one day after Attorney General Sessions was in Oklahoma to discuss criminal justice issues across the United States.Attorney General Hunter said the letter’s in...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Announces Settlement with General Motors over Defective Ignition Switch

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter today announced a $120 million settlement between attorneys general of 49 states and the District of Columbia and General Motors Company (GM) after the company concealed known safety issues related to ignition switch defects in a number of its vehicles.The multistate investigation began in 2014, after GM recalled several vehicle models in response to the issue that affected over nine million vehicles. The defective ignition switch could shut off...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Signs Letter Urging Congress to Pass Road to Recovery Act

    Change to law will make drug treatment options more available to OklahomansOKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter has signed a bipartisan letter with 38 other attorneys general and the National Association of Attorneys General, calling on Congress to pass the Road to Recovery Act.The legislation eliminates the Institutions for Mental Diseases (IMD) exclusion from the original Medicaid law, which currently acts as a barrier to residential addiction treatment. The elimination will help incre...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Reappoints Cathy Stocker to the Oklahoma Ethics Commission

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter today announced he has reappointed Cathy Stocker to the Oklahoma Ethics Commission.Stocker will serve a five-year term and represent the 3rd Congressional District. She is beginning her second and final consecutive term. State law prohibits anyone from serving more than two terms in succession.   Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Announces Safe Oklahoma Grant Recipients

    More than $1.3 million distributed between 22 agencies to fight crimeMIDWEST CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter today announced the recipients of the 2017 Safe Oklahoma Grant, which distributed more than $1.3 million between 22 statewide law enforcement agencies.Law enforcement officials joining General Hunter at the announcement were Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes, Moore Assistant Chief Todd Strickland, Spencer Police Chief Allen Lane and Lincoln County Sheriff Charles Doughert...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter, Oklahoma Press Association to Host Open Records Seminars across the State

    Free meetings, open to the publicOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter will collaborate with the Oklahoma Press Association to host open records and open meetings seminars in six locations across the state beginning next Thursday, Sept. 28.The seminars are free, open to the public and require no pre-registration.Attorney General Hunter said the meetings will be a great way for the public or officials who are serving on local or state boards to ask questions and stay up-to-d...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter to Speak at AARP Oklahoma Cons, Frauds and Scams Safety Seminar

    Free event, open to the public, registration ends Monday at 11 p.m.TULSA – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter will join a host of local fraud watch experts and consumer advocates to speak on the latest scams targeting Oklahomans at the AARP Oklahoma, Cons Frauds and Scams Safety Seminar.The event takes place Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. at the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center Zarrow Campus in the Barbara and Dave Sylvan Auditorium, 2021 E.   Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Signs Letter to Equifax Citing Concerns, Lists Recommendations

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today signed a letter, along with a coalition of 34 attorneys general, to Equifax citing several concerns and listing recommendations to better assist consumers.In the letter, attorneys general asked Equifax to address the concerns promptly to ensure victims of the breach are treated fairly and Equifax isn’t using the incident as an opportunity to profit off victims.The letter comes after Equifax, one of the nation’s largest...  Read More...

  • AG Hunter Urges Caution, Offers Recommendations When Purchasing Used Cars after Hurricanes

    General Hunter: Flooded cars are a ticking time bombOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is urging Oklahomans to use extreme caution when purchasing a used vehicle that may have been damaged by Hurricanes Harvey or Irma.Attorney General Hunter today sent a letter to the Oklahoma Tax Commission, to distribute to tag agencies statewide, urging administrators to be suspicious and vigilant in the transfer of vehicle titles from Texas and surrounding states entering the Oklahom...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Offers Information, Issues Consumer Alert after Equifax Breach

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today has issued a consumer alert after last week’s Equifax breach that affected 143 million individuals nationwide.Equifax, one of the nation’s largest credit reporting agencies, announced it had experienced a cybersecurity incident on Sept. 7. The breach occurred between May and July, allowing personal information, including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates and addresses, to be exposed to hackers.   Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Urges Caution about Charity Scams Following Hurricane Harvey

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today is warning Oklahomans of charity fraud and other scams in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.Attorney General Hunter said the work of charitable organizations is key to the recovery process after a disaster. However, some see it as an opportunity to run scam operations asking for money the victims never see.“As the tragedy on the Gulf Coast continues to unfold, I know Oklahomans will step up to help in a multitude of ways, like we...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Announces Emergency Price Stabilization Act in Effect Statewide

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is reminding Oklahomans the Emergency Price Stabilization Act is in effect for all 77 counties after the disaster emergency declaration announced yesterday.The price gouging statute prohibits an increase of more than 10 percent for the price of goods and services after a declared emergency. Additionally, the act allows the attorney general to pursue charges against individuals or businesses that engage in price gouging.The order was cal...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Fires Back at D.C. Group after Second Demand for ECU Cross Removal

    General Hunter: We absolutely reject the demand to remove the crossOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today wrote Washington, D.C. based Americans United for Separation of Church and State and asked the group to discontinue sending demand letters to the attorney general’s office and the state of Oklahoma.The response from Attorney General Hunter comes after the Washington, D.C. special interest group sent a follow up letter to the attorney general’s Solicitor...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Commends, Allocates Forfeited Assets to District Attorneys, Law Enforcement

    12 law enforcement agencies received money, property from effortsOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter met with and presented checks to representatives with law enforcement agencies and district attorneys today at the monthly District Attorneys Council meeting for the role each played in providing assistance or manpower during the 2015 raid of the Mr. Coolz shops in Oklahoma City, shutting down a criminal enterprise. After prosecution, the attorney general’s office was alloc...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Commends, Allocates Forfeited Assets to District Attorneys, Law Enforcement

    12 law enforcement agencies received money, property from effortsOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter met with and presented checks to representatives with law enforcement agencies and district attorneys today at the monthly District Attorneys Council meeting for the role each played in providing assistance or manpower during the 2015 raid of the Mr. Coolz shops in Oklahoma City, shutting down a criminal enterprise. After prosecution, the attorney general’s office was alloc...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter s Office Raises Money to Benefit Field Trip for Positive Tomorrows

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today joined a group of 11 students from Positive Tomorrows to tour the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s new science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning lab after a recent office-wide fundraiser produced enough money to pay for students’ admission and provide lunch.Volunteer coordinators in the attorney general’s office came up with the idea to send the kids to the STEM lab after a T-shirt s...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Charges Tulsa Doctor with Unlawful Possession of Opioid Medication

    TULSA – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has charged Dr. James Fleckenstein with obtaining possession of opioid pain medication by fraud, after an investigation by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (OBNDD) and Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office.According to court documents, an investigation into Fleckenstein’s prescribing practices began in December 2016 by the OBNDD after a pharmacist became concerned with the amount of opioid medication be...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Announces Formation of the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse

    Commission aims to halt state's opioid epidemicOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter was joined by Sen. AJ Griffin and Rep. Tim Downing today at a press conference to announce legislation to form the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse.The commission will be created by Senate Concurrent Resolution 12, authored by Sen.   Read More...

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