Judge Indicted In Drive-By Shooting

Garfield County Associate Judge Brian Lovell, 59, has been charged with felony counts of discharging of a firearm into a dwelling and use of a vehicle to facilitate the discharge of a firearm last week in connection with the Feb. 12, 2023 shooting in the town of Bison, Oklahoma, the Enid News & Eagle reported. Two days after the alleged shooting outside brother-in-law Kenneth Markes’ home, Lovell claimed that the gun had been stolen from his vehicle, Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond said in a press release. Judge Lovell is also facing eight felony counts in Texas for allegedly using the same Glock 23 .40-caliber gun in a similar incident in Austin on Sept. 11 of last year. Brian Lovell, Garfield County, Drive-by shooting, judge

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