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One person in custody after shooting at Oklahoma City apartment complex

OKLAHOMA (KFOR) – Local published reports said the Oklahoma Department of Corrections spent millions of dollars in overtime pay in fiscal year 2020, with some employees claiming they’re working two 16-hour shifts a week. The agency said it’s looking into if Oklahoma prisons are actually short staffed, and advocates say this is a dangerous situation.

“They love the impact they can make, it’s just in a lot of cases they don’t feel supported with the amount of hours they’re having to work,” said Oklahoma Watch reporter Keaton Ross.

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