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Altus police arrest WOSC basketball players for sexual assault

Altus- Altus police say they've arrested 2 members of the Western Oklahoma State College men's basketball team for sexual assault.

18-year-old Knighe Rhoden is being held on a first-degree rape complaint. 18-year-old Daniel Alexander is in the Jackson County jail on a sexual battery warrant. Police Chief Tim Murphy says both are accused of sexually assaulting a victim while at a party near 6th and Commerce early Saturday morning.

We'll bring you more information when it's released.

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