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    Record flooding in 2012 led to cattle rescues at Howard McLeod Correctional Center

    ATOKA, Okla --When the thunder rolls, the cowboys come out. Inmates at Howard McLeod Correctional Center are responsible for relocating hundreds of cows and calves. There are thousands of acres of pasture land, ideal for cows – until it rains. Running right through the property is Muddy Boggy Creek.   Read More...

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    HMCC walkaway back in custody

    ATOKA, Okla. -- Oklahoma Department of Corrections Fugitive Apprehension and Investigations agents located Howard McLeod Correctional Center walkaway James E. Smith around 3 p.m.   Read More...

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    ODOC searching for Howard McLeod Correctional Center walkaway

    ATOKA, Okla. -- Oklahoma Department of Corrections agents and security staff are searching for a man who walked away from the minimum-security Howard McLeod Correctional Center Monday night. At around 7:50 p.m., HMCC security staff discovered James E. Smith, 39, missing after learning a resident near the 5,300-acre site had called the sheriff's office complaining of someone trespassing on their property. Smith was serving several Stephens County sentences for armed robbery, firearm...  Read More...

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