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Family, friends remember slain woman as investigation continues

Julie Mitchell's Wednesday funeral at LifeChurch in Edmond drew many friends and family as the investigation continues into her Nov. 2 death.

BY MATT PATTERSON Published: November 11, 2010
Oklahoma City police Capt. Patrick Stewart said the department's tip line has received calls from people offering information. He said Oklahoma City police have not warned neighbors about possible break-ins or a threat to the general public in the area where Julie Mitchell lived. "We're not going door-to-door doing PSAs (public service announcements),” Stewart said. "Right now we're conducting a homicide investigation. If we felt like people were in jeopardy, obviously we would act on that. At this point we don't have a suspect, so there's no reason to knock on doors to alert residents to something.” Oklahoma medical examiner spokeswoman Cherokee Ballard said it could be at least a week before more autopsy information is released. The medical examiner's preliminary report said Mitchell died of multiple blunt force trauma to the head.

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