“There are real people behind these numbers,” Allegro said. “They talk about the millions and the 2,000 and there’s real people, real tears, behind those numbers. In the numbers they can get lost, but those of us who work at this level on the daily can see it clear as day.”
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The thief is described as a bald, black man in his mid- to late-30's with a beard who was wearing an OU T-shirt at the time, the release states. The SUV he was driving is described as gold with black wheels and a Cherokee Nation tag.
In both fatal crashes, the passengers were the only people in their respective vehicles not wearing seatbelts.
The center is set to open at 8 a.m. Monday, June 24, at the Indian Capital Technology Center, Building C, 2403 N. 41st St. East, Room 300, in Muskogee.
Sgt. Brandon Watkins said Barton "Bart" Vann is armed and that detectives consider the woman he has with him, Nicole Williams-Sittel, 34, to be in danger.