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Court: Bartlesville Man Shows Up For Hearing Intoxicated

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William Littlesun, Jr. William Littlesun, Jr.

Bartlesville man who appeared in court drunk on a public intoxication charge was sent back to the Washington County jail.

William Littlesun Jr., 52, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail after he pled guilty to public intoxication charge.

Another public intoxication charge was filed after Littlesun appeared drunk in court Thursday afternoon and was taken into custody by sheriff's deputies.

A check of court records shows this is the 11th public intoxication charge against Littlesun since 1996. Littlesun's next court date is December 18th.

Bond was set at $50,000 on the new charge.

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