Oklahoma City officer indicted for alleged false statement
September 21, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal grand jury has indicted an Oklahoma City police officer on charges of concealing a federal crime and making a false statement to investigators who were looking into an interstate theft ring.
The two-count indictment was returned Wednesday against 25-year-old Weston Slater of Yukon, who has been on administrative leave since Nov. 10.
The indictment alleges Slater used a police department computer at the request of a conspirator to determine whether a certain vehicle had been stolen in Texas. It further alleges that he made a false statement to the FBI when he...