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Gov. Fallin appoints prosecutor to commission on narcotics and dangerous drugs control

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Mary Fallin has appointed District Attorney Greg Mashburn to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control Commission.

Fallin announced Tuesday that Mashburn will fill the district attorney slot on the commission. He replaces former Tulsa County District Attorney Tim Harris, who did not seek re-election and resigned from the commission.

Mashburn will serve the remaining four years of Harris' seven-year term, pending confirmation from the Oklahoma state Senate.

Mashburn was elected in November to a third term as the district attorney for Cleveland, Garvin and McClain counties.

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