Gov. Fallin Appoints Three To Pardon And Parole Board
Gov. Mary Fallin has announced the appointments of three people to the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board.
Fallin on Friday named two former police officers and a former prosecutor to the five-member panel that considers whether inmates should be released from prison.
Fallin named retired Oklahoma City police lieutenant Robert "Brett" Macy of Newalla to replace Marc Dreyer on the board.
The governor also reappointed Oklahoma City attorney Patricia High and former Oklahoma City police officer Vannessa Price to the board. Each member will serve a four-year term.
High is an attorney in private practice who served for nearly 20 years as a felony prosecutor in the Oklahoma County district attorney's office.
Price is a criminal justice consultant who retired from the Oklahoma City Police Department after 22 years.
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