Judge Gives Deferred Sentence To Tulsa Man Charged In Altercation With Police
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa man received a deferred sentence after pleading guilty to obstructing and resisting an officer.
Jack Morris was arrested in August for interfering with police while they tried to arrest a chase suspect who was hiding in Morris' barn.
A judge on Monday dropped a felony charge of assault and battery on a police officer against Morris.
A judge also dismissed a related misdemeanor charge that alleged assault against an officer, court records show.
Shortly after Morris was arrested, his daughter said in a Facebook post that her father was trying to save an injured horse when he was beaten by officers, The Frontier reported.