A Henryetta woman received injuries in a single-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon west of Cromwell on Interstate 40
According to OHP Trooper Dion Wild, Jamie Bear, 33, was a passenger in a 2000 Lexus driven by Chandon Jacobs, 18 of Okmulgee.
The vehicle was going east on I-40 when it went out of control, going off the roadway to the left then was overcorrected and went off the roadway to the right striking a guard rail. The vehicle overturned throwing Bear out of the car.
She was flown to st. Francis Hospital in Tulsa for treatment of numerous injuries. Jacobs and two juvenile passengers in the vehicle were unhurt.
Video surveillance equipment helped police arrest a Henryetta man after he allegedly tried to break into a business on Main Street.
Jason Williamson, 23, was booked into the Okmulgee County jail on a complaint of first degree burglary.
Police chief Steve norman said he got into a store near Third and Main but had made an escape before police were able to get to the business. Chief Norman said Williamson was arrested at Seventh and Main street.
He is awaiting a hearing on the charge.
The state fire marshall is investigating the cause of a blaze that claimed the life of a Henryettan early Monday morning.
The fire broke out around 3;15 a.m. in a travel trailer in an RV park north of Henryetta.
when firemen arrived they found the victim unresponsive on the floor. Firemen tried to revive using CPR but were unsuccessful.
Because a death was involved the state fire marshall was brought in to investigate.
Henryetta police have covered part of a nearly $10,000 theft at Whitlock Sawmill Saturday.
Police chief Steve Norman said one person is in custody and there is another person of interest being sought in the case.
“We were able to develop our leads by talking to a number of individuals and found one of the saws at a house in Henryetta Monday morning,” Norman said.
The break-in at the long-established saw mill resulted in nine industrial-size chain saw being stolen.
Pawn shops throughout the area were alerted to be on the watch for those saws.
Police are also looking for a man and woman who stole laundry from a Henryetta laundromat Saturday.
The two were seen on video taking the clothes and walking out of the business with them in a basket.

Longtime law enforcement veteran Paul Brown, sr., lost his battle with illness late Friday night. He was brought home from Tulsa with a nearly 30 vehicle escort of police and other emergency vehicles. The flashing lights and sirens drew the attention of a number of motorists on US 75. A full obituary will be on Thehenryettan.com later.