Multicounty grand jury indictments to be unsealed
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) An Oklahoma County judge is scheduled to unseal indictments returned by the state's multicounty grand jury.
The indictments are among six that were returned by the panel before it adjourned last month. Oklahoma County District Judge Glenn Jones will unseal the indictments on Thursday.
The Attorney General's Office administers the grand jury. It hasn't disclosed the nature of the indictments.
Last week, an indictment unsealed in Tulsa County District Court accused a former Tulsa-area school superintendent of bribery and conspiracy charges.
Broken Arrow Public Schools fired then-Superintendent Jim Sisney in 2008 amid allegations of wrongdoing. The indictment alleges Sisney accepted two all-session tickets to the 2007 men's NCAA Final Four tournament in Atlanta. The tickets allegedly came from Windstream Corp., which supplied telecommunication services to the district.
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