Sooner RV Co-Owner Pleads Not Guilty to Embezzlement

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Sooner RV Co-Owner Gina Clark, who was charged recently with seven counts of embezzlement, pleaded not guilty to the charges Wednesday in an Oklahoma court, according to reports from local TV station KFOR.

More details emerged in the case about Clark, who was arrested in December at the dealership and charged with shooting with intent to kill.

According to the report, her son called 911, telling the dispatcher that Clark called a company meeting, entered the building and fired a .357 magnum and chased after her son and daughter-in-law as they fled the dealership.

Clark gave no comment to the reporters at the court.

The report details that Clark and her husband, another co-owner of the dealership, own 40 acres in Purcell, including a 14-stall equestrian center, which the couple recently put up for sale.

The day before the shooting incident at the dealership, Clark’s husband had served her with divorce papers.

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