Monday 5:30 p.m. digital news update

TULSA - Here are your 5:30 p.m. news headlines.

One person was taken to the hospital after a car accident involving a Tulsa police officer on Highway 75 this afternoon.
Police say the officer was going to another call with his lights on when he was t-boned.
TPD says the impact sent the patrol SUV rolling.
We do not know the condition of either person involved.

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.

The Attorney General's Office met today to discuss how they plan to test more than seven thousand rape kits in Oklahoma.
At our last check -- no recommendations had been put forth yet.
Officers are prioritizing which ones will be tested first and determining the cost.
One district attorney says the testing could help catch serial offenders, but the legislature needs to decide how to pay for it.

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