Man Pleads Not Guilty in Brutal Attack on Oklahoma City Police Officer

DeAngelo Wright, the man accused of brutally attacking an Oklahoma City Police officer, appeared before a judge on Wednesday morning. During his arraignment, Wright pleaded not guilty, according to new court records.

The incident occurred in late April when Sgt. Morgan Reynolds responded to a domestic call in northwest Oklahoma City. Body camera footage shows Wright blindsiding Reynolds and throwing punches moments after she began questioning him.

As a result of the attack, Reynolds was beaten unconscious and suffered multiple facial bone fractures. Wright is now facing three counts of assault and battery.

Currently, Wright remains in custody with a $10 million bond.


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