OK: Juvenile records found unsecured in old courthouse

Salesha Wilken reports:

Juvenile court records, which by law are not open to the public, were found Wednesday strewn about the old Rogers County Courthouse, left unsecured and available to anyone who happened on them.

The criminal index cards — including information about arrests, victims and “deprived” juvenile cases — were discovered by District Court Clerk Kim Henry near the former Rogers County Treasurer’s Office and appeared to have been left there since county officials moved into the new courthouse in April.

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