Felony conspiracy charges dropped in Kiamichi Tech Center case

By: KXII-TV Staff Email
By: KXII-TV Staff Email

ATOKA, Okla. -- They were accused of trying to illegally use equipment at Kiamichi Technology Center. Now felony charges against three men are being dismissed.

Norman Ranger, Chad Hull, and Davey Sutton were accused of conspiring to use the center's computer equipment to print campaign brochures for Ranger. Ranger was campaigning for, and won, a seat on the Kiamichi board.

A district judge says there is not enough evidence to show the men conspired to commit a crime.

Hull is Kiamichi's public relations coordinator. He and Ranger still face conspiracy and embezzlement charges in Latimer County.

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