By JOHN M. WYLIE II, Editor
The Multi-County Grand Jury in Oklahoma City, whose charge includes a number of matters including issues in Rogers County government, late today issued an interim report and a sealed indictment.
The indictment was presented in open court, according to the report, but Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s office said neither the subject of the indictment or the identity or position (if any) of the individual indicted was disclosed.
The grand jury met Jan. 21-23, it reported. “In this session the grand jury received the testimony of witnesses and numerous exhibits in several different matters,” the interim report said.’
“The time allotted this session did not permit the grand jury to complete its investigation of the matters heard, The grand jury will recess at this time to its next scheduled session on Feb. 4-6, 2014 to permit the summoning of additional witnesses and the gathering of additional physical evidence by the invstigators assisting the grand jury, at which time the grand jury will resume its investigations,” the report concluded.
It was not announced when the information on the indictment would be unsealed.