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Man pleads guilty to manslaughter charge

A man who caused an accident in Oklahoma that led to the death of his 60-year-old father will spend eight years in jail after pleading guilty to several charges. He received a 13-year sentence for driving with a suspended license and first-degree manslaughter. A judge suspended five years of his sentence, and he will serve a concurrent one-year sentence for the driving under the influence charge.

Oklahoma man charged with DUI had BAC of .27

Police in Oklahoma have charged a former state senator with driving under the influence and attempted bribery. An officer saw the man swerving as he drove his vehicle down a highway in Cleveland County. The officer pulled the man over, and when the man exited his vehicle at the officer's request, he had his pants pulled down. According to court documents, his blood alcohol level was .27, which is more than three times the legal limit.

Oklahoma man charged with DUI after alleged road rage incident

Oklahoma police say that a suspected drunk driver may have reached speeds of over 100 mph during a road rage incident on May 10. The Broken Arrow resident was taken into custody and charged with DUI and child endangerment after he allegedly ran as many as 13 cars off of the road while driving with his wife and 15-year-old son in the vehicle.

Oklahoma woman charged with 4th DUI

Oklahoma police say that a 23-year-old woman has been charged with driving under the influence for the fourth time in less than a year. The Broken Arrow resident was charged with her first DUI in April 2013. The latest drunk driving offense followed a two-vehicle accident on April 21 in Tulsa. The woman is said to have driven into the back of another car on South Riverside Drive at about 1:30 p.m.

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