Three men sought in Oklahoma City triple homicide
Drugs and weapons were found at the home where three people were slain in April. Authorities are looking for three men they believe are connected to the crime.
New details have surfaced in the April slayings of three people in southwest Oklahoma City, and authorities continue to seek three men thought to be connected to the killings.
James Lumpkin, 42, Kayla Ramirez, 19, and Francisco Grajeda, 19, were found dead April 14 at 3221 S Durland Ave.
Arrest warrants were issued in April for Luis Humberto Solis, 24, Genaro Hernandez, 25, and Jesus Solis, 26, on murder and other complaints.
Grajeda and Lumpkin died of multiple gunshot wounds, and Ramirez suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head, said Amy Elliott, state medical examiner spokeswoman. The office ruled the deaths were homicides.
According to court documents, one person at the home was able to escape the shootings. He told police the attackers demanded money from the victims before shooting them.
Investigators found drug paraphernalia, marijuana, spent shell casings, live rounds of ammunition, an illegally sawed-off shotgun, loaded handgun and a knife at the home, a probable cause affidavit states.
Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call the Oklahoma County sheriff's tip line at 713-6262.
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