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Lawton man will serve time for violent outburst

Lawton,Okla_A Lawton man will serve two years in prison for a violent outburst  in March of last year. Kokou Doeh pleaded guilty in a Comanche County court earlier this month to 2nd degree burglary and resisting an officer charges.

Prosecutors say he burst into a woman's apartment at 46th and Gore Boulevard, swinging a knife and making threats. Doeh then left her apartment and tried to kick in the doors of two nearby apartments. He then returned to the woman's apartment, beating on her door and shouting profanities. Police arrested him at the scene.

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