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Wagoner County Sheriff's Office Seeking Man for Felony Warrants

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Wagoner County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man wanted for felony warrants.

The Sheriff's Office is searching for 49-year-old Kurt William Long.

He is described as a white male with brown hair and eyes. Long is 6-feet 4-inches tall and weighs about 245 pounds.

Long was last seen driving a four door sedan and frequents the Wagoner, Porter, Coweta and Muskogee areas.

Long is wanted for stalking, bail jumping and misdemeanor warrants for domestic assault and battery as well as three counts of violation of a protective order. He is also a suspect in other criminal matters in Wagoner County, according to the report.

Residents are encouraged to contact the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office tip line with any information at 918-485-7799 or dispatch at 918-485-3124.
 

 

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