Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper charged with domestic violence
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) —
An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper, who's accused of trying to strangle the mother of his child, has been charged with domestic violence.
Nicholaus Oliver, 36, is accused of wrapping a telephone charger cord around the woman's neck.
He's now charged with domestic abuse and is on administrative leave with OHP.
Oliver is the second trooper to be charged with a crime in less than two weeks.
Rodney Rideaux is accused of running license plate numbers and harassing women. He is also currently on leave.