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Fugitive Back in Oklahoma Jail

A Marlow,Oklahoma man who failed to show up for his trial on child sexual abuse charges is back in Oklahoma after being captured in South Texas last Thursday.

Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney says he and two deputies flew to Texas on Friday and returned with Charles Dyer.
Sheriff McKinney says the FBI asked him not to discuss the case until Dyer was returned to Oklahoma.
The FBI joined the search for Dyer after receiving information that he had crossed state lines.
Dyer failed to appear for the August 15th start of his trial on the sex abuse charge in Stephens County.
He was arrested Thursday in Fort Bend County, Texas, after being questioned by a deputy sheriff.

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