Crime in Oklahoma

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This article refers to crime in the U.S. state of Oklahoma.


In 2008, there were 145,144 crimes reported in Oklahoma, including 212 murders.[1] In 2014, there were 131,726 crimes reported, including 175 murders.[1]

168 people were murdered on April 19, 1995, in the Oklahoma City bombing.

In 1977, in Camp Scott, three little girls, were raped and murdered. The victims were 8 year old Lori Lee Farmer, 9 year old Michelle Heather Guse, and 10 year old Doris Denise Milner. The camp then closed.

Capital punishment laws[edit]

Capital punishment is applied in this state.[2]