Oklahoma City restaurant owner to do community service to end perjury case
BY NOLAN CLAY NewsOK.com
Friday, February 08, 2013
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City restaurant owner Wade Starr has agreed to do 100 hours of community service and to pay $2,500 to the state's victim compensation fund in exchange for a dismissal of a perjury case against him.
A state multicounty grand jury indicted Starr in June after he testified in May. He had faced three perjury counts involving his testimony. Oklahoma County District Judge Kenneth Watson dismissed the case Friday.
The grand jury was investigating accusations about a 2006 victory party thrown for David Prater after Prater was elected Oklahoma County's district attorney.
Grand jurors concluded the accusations against Prater were “unfair, untrue and unjust.”
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