As mourners approached the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and 56th Street North en route to Terence Crutcher’s funeral Saturday night, a sea of parked cars surrounded all sides of the intersection and a group held signs reading “we love you.”
Online fundraiser for Betty Shelby includes donation by officer endorsed by state as witness in the case
The donations include a payment made by an officer endorsed by the state as a witness in the criminal proceedings against Shelby.
The announcement was made less than a week after Terence Crutcher was shot and killed during an encounter with Tulsa police.
Tulsa police were about four times as likely to use force on black people compared to their uses of force against white people, an analysis by The Frontier has found.
"I've had calls from experts and other people from all over the country offering to help," Betty Shelby's attorney Scott Wood said.Full Story
The driver’s side window of Terence Crutcher’s vehicle was rolled down during his fatal encounter with police last week, a source inside the Tulsa Police Department with knowledge of the shooting investigation told The Frontier on Wednesday.Full Story
The Crutcher family was strong in the aftermath of their loved one's death. Perhaps that’s because they're no strangers to tragedy.Full Story
The recurring theme among north Tulsa residents Monday was that police have an impression of the people who live there, and it’s not a good one.Full Story
"I will make this promise to you, we will achieve justice in this case," Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan said on Monday.Full Story