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Monday 3 p.m. digital news update

Posted: 3:35 PM, Jun 25, 2018
Updated: 2018-06-25 20:35:44Z

Here are the top stories for your 3 p.m. update:

A Tulsa police officer was involved in a crash on Highway 75.
Tulsa police say the officer was heading to another call when it happened.
No lanes were closed.

A registered sex offender is back behind bars after Wagoner County officials say he had lewd conversations with a 14-year-old girl.
Deputies say Donald Hughes attempted to have the teen perform sex acts.
They say Hughes also supplied alcohol to the girl.
Hughes is a registered sex offender in Oklahoma.

One of the most talked about primary elections in Oklahoma is just a day away.
Polls open at 7 a.m. for voters to cast their ballots.
15 candidates are vying to become governor.
That number will be narrowed down to three by the end of tomorrow.

There is also a heated debate on medical marijuana.
Voters will decide whether doctors can approve licenses for people to use cannabis.

Two suspects are in custody and one is on the run after a deadly drive by shooting.
It happened outside a grocery store in Holdenville in Hughes County.
One person died and another was hurt.

Authorities are still looking for Tyler Deerinwater.
He also goes by "T-Ross"
He's considered armed and dangerous, so if you see him call police.

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