Five Oklahoma City protestors are pleading guilty to lesser charges. Trevour Webb, Sincere Terry, Tyreke Baker, and Preston Nabors and Mia Hogsett were charged with felonies following a June 22nd incident near Oklahoma City Police Headquarters when the protestors got into a dispute with an Oklahoma City police officer over the placement of a road barrier near a Black Lives Matter mural. They pleaded guilty yesterday to misdemeanor obstructing an officer, and Hogsett pleaded guilty to misdemeanor threatening to perform an act of violence. Each protester received a two-year deferred sentence and unsupervised probation.
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