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  • Attorney General Hunter Seeks Law Enforcement Applications for Safe Oklahoma Grant

    To download a copy of the 2018 application, click here.Attorney General Mike Hunter joined Tulsa County First Assistant District Attorney Erik Grayless (left) and Tulsa Police Department Chief Chuck Jordan in April to announce first-degree murder charges on an alleged drug dealer. Tulsa Police Department used Safe Oklahoma Grant money to pay for officers to work overtime while investigating the case.OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter announced today the application period for the...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter, Tulsa Police Department and Tulsa County DA Announce First Degree Murder Charge in Connection with Overdose Death

    TULSA – Attorney General Mike Hunter today joined officials with the Tulsa Police Department and the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office to announce a first degree murder charge on an alleged Tulsa drug dealer in connection with an overdose death.Taylor Rogers, 29, is accused of selling heroin to Jillian Searle, who died from the result of an overdose after her mother found her unconscious in their Tulsa home on March 21.Attorney General Hunter said although Searle’s life c...  Read More...

  • The Oklahoman: Community outreach program reduces violent crime

    Sunday, April 8, 2018 | by Kyle SchwabSouthwest Oklahoma City resident Dorene Robben speaks Tuesday with police officers and state Attorney General Mike Hunter about safety concerns in her community. [Photo by Grayson Cook, The Oklahoman]Watch Attorney General Mike Hunter go door to door with Oklahoma City Police officers as part of the department's community outreach program, funded by the Safe Oklahoma Grant, awarded by the Attorney General's OfficeA cool April breeze rustled bush...  Read More...

  • 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...