Henry County sheriff’s deputies capture Okla. murd...
by Staff
06:40 PM, Sunday, October 19
Capt. Jack Oakman of Henry County Sheriff’s Office said that on Friday morning deputies from the Henry County Sheriff’s Fugitive Warrants Unit along with Deputy U.S. Marshals captured Demarcus Jose Jackson, 24, a fugitive wanted on a warrant for t...

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