MOORE,OK — A prosecutor says he expects to file a charge of first-degree murder in the beheading of a woman at a food distribution center in an Oklahoma City suburb.
Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn said he expects to file charges Tuesday against 30-year-old Alton Nolen.
Moore police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis says Nolen is suspected of attacking two women, beheading one of them, shortly after being fired Thursday at Vaughan Foods in Moore. Police say reserve sheriff’s deputy Mark Vaughan, the company’s chief operating officer, ended the attack by shooting Nolen.
Nolen and the second victim in the attack both were hospitalized and are expected to recover.
Nolen was released from prison in March 2013 after serving two years of a six-year sentence on charges including assaulting a police officer.
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