OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A former Oklahoma inmate is suing authorities he says refused treatment for a painful erection that lasted nearly four days. The lawsuit filed for 32-year-old Dustin Lance says the erection began Dec. 16 after he swallowed an unidentified pill he got from another inmate. He's seeking $5 million in damages from the county and officials where he was jailed. County officials could not be reached for comment.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A settlement has been reached between two Oklahoma oil and natural gas companies and a woman who was injured in a 2011 earthquake. The Oklahoman reports that Prague resident Sandra Ladra filed the lawsuit in 2014 against New Dominion, Spess Oil and 25 other unnamed companies. Court records show the case was dismissed this month when Ladra reached a settlement with New Dominion. She reached a settlement with Spess Oil in July. Details of the settlements weren't disclosed.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma's top auditor says the FBI and the state Attorney General's Office are considering criminal charges after an audit indicated more than $1.7 million in utility revenue collected by a small southeastern Oklahoma city was never deposited. State Auditor & Inspector Gary Jones said Friday a forensic audit by his agency shows the money collected between July 2009 and July 2016 by the city of Hartshorne was never deposited.
PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas-based Simmons First National Corporation has announced the completion of its purchase of both Southwest Bancorp, Inc. of Stillwater, Oklahoma, and First Texas, BHC of Fort Worth, Texas. Simmons said Friday that shareholders of the two companies approved the transactions earlier this month. Terms of the purchase were not released. The company said both Southwest Bank and Bank SNB will continue operating under their present names.
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