GOP Oklahoma House leader, wife accused of multiple felonies
December 19, 2021
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma County grand jury indicted a top Republican House leader on multiple felony counts, alleging he misused his power to change state law so his wife could become a tag agent.
House Speaker Pro Tempore Terry O'Donnell, the second-highest ranking member in the House, was charged in the indictment on Friday with five felonies and three misdemeanors, The Oklahoman reported.
"He denies any wrongdoing," his attorney, Mack Martin, told the newspaper.
His wife, Teresa O'Donnell, who was also indicted, faces three felonies and one misdemeanor. Court records don't indi...