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Texoma Woman Accused of Assaulting Detention Officers

A Texoma woman is facing assault charges.

Wichita County Sheriff's deputy stopped a vehicle in the 100 block of Scott Sunday morning on September 11th.

The deputy arrested Kara Elizabeth Rice, 22, and then took her to the Wichita County Detention Center.

Deputy said she became combative with Detention Officers.

Rice was charged with one count of Assault on a Public Servant.

 

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