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Glassco instead said Johnson and Crutcher’s three minor children are the heirs to the estate, as well as another child Crutcher had from a previous relationship.

The GoFundMe account received around $168,000 in contributions, which family attorneys said GoFundMe collected a percentage from before disbursing it.

Photo by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World File Feb. 1, 2017: Trial date set for Tulsa officer Betty Shelby; defense motions overrruled

Tulsa County District Judge Doug Drummond overruled two Jan. 11 motions from Betty Shelby’s defense that sought to place her case again before a preliminary hearing judge or dismiss the charge due to insufficient evidence.

In making his ruling, Drummond said Special Judge Martha Rupp Carter did not abuse her discretion when she decided not to allow Shelby to call witnesses during her Nov. 29 preliminary hearing.

Shelby’s trial is set for May 8, and she remains on Tulsa Police administrative leave without pay as of Sept. 22.

Photo by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World File March 23, 2017: Tulsa officer Betty Shelby denied request for another preliminary hearing

The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals unanimously ruled that District Judge Doug Drummond did not abuse his discretion when he affirmed a decision by Special Judge Martha Rupp Carter not to allow Betty Shelby to present witness testimony on her behalf at her Nov. 29 preliminary hearing.

Shelby remains on track for a May 8 jury trial.

Photo by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World File March 29, 2017: Defense moves to toss ‘bad dude’ comment

Defense attorneys for Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby asked a judge to prohibit jurors from listening to “irrelevant” audio about Terence Crutcher’s appearance from officers in a police helicopter the day Shelby fatally shot Crutcher.

Attorney Shannon McMurray has also requested that jurors be allowed to hear information about Crutcher’s past, including a history of drug use and state incarceration.

 

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