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Posted at 7:23 AM, Jul 06, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-06 23:07:57-04

Police release the name of a man who led them on a lengthy chase after a bank robbery in midtown Tulsa.
Investigators say Mark Jones was armed with a handgun when he robbed the commerce bank in Utica Square.
Afterwards he led authorities on a chase through the Tulsa metro - which ended in crash on I-44 after an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper smashed into Jones' vehicle.
He was taken to the hospital then transferred to the Tulsa County Jail.

Heartbreaking video released by police -
After a mother is accused of stabbing her daughter, setting their house on fire and kidnapping one of her other daughters.
Ahmad's middle child… a 9-year old… the only one able to escape the horrific scene…. Running to get help.
The youngest child on the run with the suspect… their mom.
Her 11-year old stabbed dozens of times - police say - hit on the head with a pick ax…
Tonight - there is some wonderful news in the gruesome story.
A close family member says all the children are doing very well.
Ahmad has a court hearing scheduled for august 7.

The medical examiner says remains thought to be those of missing well-known horse trainer Addison Waddell -- do in fact belong to him.
The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office found his remains Tuesday after he went missing more than a week ago.
Investigators say Nacole Bain confessed to shooting and killing him.
She was arrested murder.

A sentencing date is set for a former Oklahoma State Senator convicted of child sex trafficking.
Ralph Shortey was convicted after he was found in a motel room with a 17-year-old.
He'll be sentenced September 5-- and could face life in prison.

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