David Bush, one of Oklahoma's Most Wanted, now in custody
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —
Another one of Oklahoma's Most Wanted criminals is off the streets.
Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office officials report David Bush was in custody as of Monday morning.
Bush, 23, was wanted in Oklahoma County on a warrant for first degree burglary and domestic abuse for an incident that occurred Feb. 18. The warrant was filed June 19.
Court records show just after midnight Bush went to the home of a woman who he has two children with and broke into the home through the garage. He then entered a room where the woman was asleep and demanded to speak about their relationship. Bush allegedly did not let the woman out of the room for approximately one hour and at one point pulled her and pushed her to the ground. The argument eventually woke another person in the home and Bush left after police were called.
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