Basically, he's the Edmond equivalent of being stuck in a mobile home at the Pepsi plant.
Former reserve deputy Bill Scott, the guy who alerted the public to the sheriff's absence, responded to McKinney's claims. He took issue with the sheriff's claims that a poor cell signal in his gravel parking lot contributed to his lack of communication...
Anyway, I guess we'll continue to follow this entertaining rural Oklahoma saga. I have to get to work on my National Lampoon's Redneck Vacation screenplay. Stay with The Lost Ogle. We'll keep you advised.
This Monday, the Stephens County Commissioner Board will "discuss and possibly take action" on the 90-day absence of Sheriff Wayne McKinney. Hopefully, he gets his motorhome fixed in time! https://t.co/mXFvjweKPt pic.twitter.com/lY79VAmzsN— The Lost Ogle (@TheLostOgle) May 20, 2022