Jury selection begins for man accused of sexually assaulting child in Medicine Park


Jury selection begins for man accused of sexually assaulting child in Medicine Park
  1. Jury selection begins for man accused of sexually assaulting child in Medicine Park
    kswo.com
    Jury selection has begun for a Yukon man accused of sexually abusing a young child in Medicine Park. Matthew Easley was in a Comanche County Courtroom this morning. According to an affidavit, Easley was staying at a home in Medicine Park in 2016 with two adults and a 10-year-old victim. The victim told police she had fallen asleep on the couch. When she woke, Easley was inappropriately touching…
    Oklahoma (OK)

COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (KSWO)- Jury selection has begun for a Yukon man accused of sexually abusing a young child in Medicine Park.

ORIGINAL STORY: Man charged with sexually abusing girl in Medicine Park

Matthew Easley was in a Comanche County Courtroom this morning.

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According to an affidavit, Easley was staying at a home in Medicine Park in 2016…

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