Dean Fenton Davis is a white man from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, United States. He was born in Livermore, California, USA.
Aside from Broken Arrow, Davis has also lived in other parts of Oklahoma including Tulsa. Aside from Livermore, he has lived in other parts of California including Alameda.
Davis has lived in different parts of Texas, USA, too, including Cleburne and Fort Worth. He also previously lived in Apache Junction, Arizona, USA.
The Livermore native is 5’5″ tall and his registered weight is 145 pounds. Here are 10 more things about him:
- From January 2000 to December 2018, he was employed by the Broken Arrow Public Schools as a teacher. He was a physical education teacher and a coach at Broken Arrow South Intermediate High School.
- On October 26, 2002, he was arrested in Broken Arrow for driving with a suspended license and outstanding municipal warrants.
- In 2010, he was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) and speeding.
- On June 26, 2018, he and Laura Steele defeated Scott Crane, Wesley Pratt, Bryan Howard and Jeremiah Herbert in the Republican primary for the Oklahoma House of Representatives representing District 98.
- On August 28, 2018, he defeated Steele in the Republican primary runoff for Oklahoma House of Representatives representing District 98.
- On November 6, 2018, he defeated his Democratic opponent Kilmyn Easley-Graf and his independent opponent Sean Parrish in the general election for the Oklahoma House of Representatives representing District 98. On November 21, 2018, he assumed office.
- On August 2, 2019, he was arrested in Broken Arrow for DUI and obstructing a police officer and booked into the Broken Arrow Detention Center.
- On June 28, 2022, he won reelection to the Oklahoma House of Representatives to represent District 98 after the Republican primary and general election were canceled. His term will end on November 20, 2024.
- He authored House Bill 2011, which passed the Oklahoma House of Representatives on March 13, 2023. The bill would allow personal vehicle owners the option of registering their personal vehicles every two years instead of just annually.
- He was 50 years old when he was arrested on March 23, 2023 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for public intoxication.
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