Protestors Plead Guilty To Lesser Charges

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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