Prison, governor's officials appear at AG's office
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Officials with Oklahoma's prison system and governor's office are appearing at the attorney general's office, where a grand jury is investigating problems with the state's recent executions.
Gov. Mary Fallin's general counsel, Steve Mullins, arrived Tuesday afternoon and said he was cooperating with Attorney General Scott Pruitt's investigation.
Department of Corrections Director Robert Patton, general counsel David Cincotta and Oklahoma State Penitentiary warden Anita Trammell all appeared Tuesday morning.
The multicounty grand jury meets in secret. All executions in Oklahoma have been put on hold while Pruitt investigates how a drug mix-up occurred during the past two scheduled lethal injections in Oklahoma.
Richard Glossip was just minutes away from execution last month when prison officials realized they received the wrong drug.
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