4 people arrested at President’s Tulsa rally plead not guilty

The Associated Press - August 8, 2020 11:57 am

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Four people, including a Tulsa teacher and a Norman City Councilor who were arrested at the President’s campaign rally in June have pleaded not guilty to charges of obstruction.

The Tulsa World reports art teacher Sheila Buck, council member Alex Scott, along with Ashley McCray and Johnathan Engle entered the pleas on Thursday after being arrested on June 20th outside the BOK Center.

Buck was arrested on live television while sitting cross-legged on the ground when officers pulled her away while Scott, McCray, and Engle were arrested for refusing to descend from a flag pole they had climbed in protest of the President’s appearance.


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