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Langston University professor arrested, charged with lewdness

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Police arrested a Langston University professor on an accusation that he engaged in an act of lewdness with another man.

An Oklahoma City police report says 62-year-old John-K-Coleman was arrested early Saturday in an area of northwest Oklahoma City that has been the focus of complaints about male prostitution.

The police report says Oklahoma City Officer David Hanes was on patrol early Saturday morning when he drove up to a parked vehicle and noticed two men inside involved in an apparent sex act.

The report says Coleman was with 43-year-old Keith Contrell Garrett. Garrett is named in a felony warrant for escaping from a penitentiary.

Garrett faces charges including engaging in an act of lewdness, possessing drug paraphernalia and providing false information.

Coleman is accused of engaging in an act of lewdness. He faces a May 24 court date.
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