Suspect killed in December shoot-out with police shot 25 times, Oklahoma medical examiner says

A man who wrote on Valley Brook's town hall with his own blood before dying in a shoot-out with Oklahoma City and Valley Brook police was shot 25 times and had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit, according to an autopsy report.
by Juliana Keeping Published: September 1, 2012

All three are back on duty after District Attorney David Prater not only cleared them of wrongdoing but proclaimed their actions “heroic.”

The autopsy report shows bullets struck Muncie all over his body, including in the neck, chest, stomach, legs, arms, hips, buttocks and his right foot. There was a bullet wound in his heart, the report states.

Muncie had been released from prison Nov. 23 and was living nearby at Hand Up Ministries trailer park at 2130 SE 59.

He had served three years on a burglary conviction and was on probation for drug and larceny convictions. has disabled the comments for this article.


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