Names of two neighbors found dead in southeast Oklahoma City released
Two 52-year-old men were found dead Tuesday in their homes on SE 52 St. in Oklahoma City. There were no signs of foul play, police say.
Oklahoma City police Friday released the names of two neighbors found dead in their houses this week.
The bodies of Oscar Fultz, 52, 126 SE 52, and Larry Austin, 52, 130 SE 52, were found in their homes about 11 a.m. Tuesday.
A relative found Austin unresponsive in his house, police said. When neighbors attempted to notify Austin's next-door neighbor, they found Fultz also dead in his house.
Homicide detectives were called because of the proximity of the two bodies, police said.
Neither residence showed signs of forced entry and there were no indications of foul play, according to police.
The cause of death for both mean is pending with the state medical examiner.
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