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Food stolen after man pushed out of wheelchair

Michael Donahue (Source Lawton Police Department) Michael Donahue (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -A Lawton man is behind bars after breaking into a home and pushing a man from his wheelchair.

Police say they arrived at a home on the 1200 block of Southwest ‘G’ Avenue on reports of a burglary in process Saturday just before 10 p.m. As officers approached the home, they spotted Michael Donahue leaving the house with a plate full of food. The officers were able to quickly grab Donahue before going inside to speak with the residents.

Inside the home, officers found a man lying in the hallway with his wheelchair nearby. The man told police Donahue kicked in the door and pushed his wheelchair. He told police after he was pushed out of his wheelchair, Donahue went to the kitchen and started to take food.

Police arrested Donahue on a complaint of first-degree burglary.

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