Arrest warrant issued in shooting
A man whose body was found Tuesday in a vacant lot was targeted by a fellow drug dealer, court records show. The family of Prentice Williams discovered his body in the 1600 block of NE 16 Terrace, about three lots from a house where a witness told police the victim and others were selling drugs, investigators reported in a probable cause affidavit. Maco E. Fuller, 37, is accused of shooting Williams, 22, at least once in the chest, records show. The witness said Fuller supplied most of the crack cocaine sold at the house and confronted Williams after he was accused of robbing another dealer of drugs and money, police reported. An arrest warrant was issued Wednesday for Fuller on first-degree murder charges.
TIM WILLERT, STAFF WRITER
City police arrest woman in stabbing
Police have made an arrest in the fatal stabbing of an Oklahoma City man found dead Tuesday. Michelle Swanson, 34, was arrested in the death of Billy Joe Krush, 46, police said. Krush was stabbed to death about 3:40 a.m. Tuesday in the 2200 block of NE 20. Swanson was arrested at the scene on a homicide complaint, police Master Sgt. Gary Knight said.
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as adult in death
DUNCAN — A 16-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing his girlfriend with a butcher knife for wanting to end their relationship was charged Wednesday as an adult. Michael Anthony Ray, of Marlow, is charged in Stephens County District Court with first-degree murder in the death of Alyssa Dawn Wiles, 14. Ray is being held in the Stephens County jail without bail, Assistant District Attorney Greg Steward said. A second suspect, a 14-year-old boy, is in custody at the Lawton Juvenile Center. The knife came from the 14-year-old boy's house, Police Chief Dan Ford said. The younger teen said he was at the Wiles residence serving as a lookout, Ford said. He declined to identify the boy because he hasn't been charged. Ford said the victim was stabbed numerous times in the upper torso Monday at her family's house. The teens said they buried the knife. “During the stabbing, the knife handle broke. We have not recovered all the pieces of the knife,” Ford said.
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