Oklahoma County District Judge Donald Deason Dies at 63

Ponca City Now - July 30, 2016 4:22 pm

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Oklahoma County District Judge Donald Deason has died following a brief illness. Deason, the county's presiding judge, was 63. County Court Clerk Rick Warren said Friday that Deason died Thursday following a brief illness. Warren says Deason was at his home in Edmond when he died and his body was discovered by his wife. A former prosecutor, Deason became a special judge in Oklahoma County in 1999 and a district judge in 2005.

 

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