A man was charged in connection with the deadly tornado outbreak in Oklahoma

A man has been charged with aggravated criminal mischief after officials say he caused $4,000 in damage to property during the storm.

Oklahoma State Police said Tuesday that 28-year-old Michael Johnson was arrested Monday after an investigation into the destruction of several homes in the state’s western Oklahoma City area.

The agency did not immediately release the man’s name.

The Oklahoma City incident happened on Sept. 1.

Johnson was charged with four counts of aggravated criminal destruction of property, one count of misdemeanor damage to an occupied vehicle and two counts of felony damage to the same property.

Police said Johnson destroyed the home of a woman who lived nearby.

The woman’s family said the damage caused by Johnson was significant.

Johnson was arrested on a charge of criminal mischief in August.

He was released from jail on a bond of $2,000.

When you buy a new bike, you might want to keep your seatbelt on

A new study shows that buying a new bicycle seatbelt is the most cost-effective way to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

The report from a team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Perelman School of Medicine shows that the use of seatbelts can reduce the likelihood of a crash by more than 80%.

While many of us have our bikes fitted with an electronic device to record the location of our seatbelted bike, we are still not using this data to save lives.

The researchers found that if a rider rode the same route and had the same bike and bike rider demographic, they would likely crash at least twice.

The study also found that, compared to a helmet, an electronic seatbelt reduces the likelihood that a crash would occur by less than 1%.

The study was published in the journal Safety Research.