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‘Bumper’ had prior history


Tim Farley November 20th, 2013

On Oct. 30, Nathaniel Zeke Campfield, a former reporter for The Oklahoman, pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct charge after being accused of “disrupting the public order of the community by repeatedly bumping into multiple women on purpose” at the May 25 Moore High School graduation ceremony held at Cox Convention Center.

At the time of his arrest, News9 reported that The Oklahoman knew about Campfield’s previous misconduct — he also was accused of taking pictures up girls’ skirts at the Oklahoma State Fair in 2012 — and also that his editor said he was not on assignment at the graduation ceremony, though the FBI and those accosted begged to differ.

Oklahoma City Municipal Court has ordered Campfield to pay a $167 fine for his misconduct.

 
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