Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Prosecutor: Okla Bondsman Facing Charge Kills Self

WYNNEWOOD — A Wynnewood bail bondsman committed suicide Monday, five days after he was arrested on an allegation he attempted to bribe a district attorney, authorities said. Louis Perry, owner of Perry Bail Bonds, was free on bail when he reportedly shot himself in the chest, said Carter County District Attorney Craig Ladd. Perry and

his wife, Ramona, were arrested July 21 on a

complaint they attempted to bribe Ladd. Ladd had asked that the case be assigned to the Bryan County district attorney's office, since he expected to be a witness. Tim Webster, Bryan County

assistant district attorney, said he is still reviewing evidence in the case to determine whether a criminal charge is warranted against Perry's widow.

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