TPD identify recent homicide victim


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Kenneth Chenney
Kenneth Chenney
Updated: 6/07/2013 10:34 am Published: 6/07/2013 10:14 am


Tulsa police have identified a man who died after being dropped off at a Tulsa hospital with a gunshot wound.

Police said Kenneth Chenney was dropped off at St. Francis Hospital on Wednesday and later died. Police initially only knew Chenney was dropped off by a white Lincoln Continental.  They worked with the Use Marshalls Violent Crime Task Force to locate the car and talk to the owner. 

Police said Chenney was shot in the 6200 block of S. Quaker. Homicide investigators are looking for other individuals at the time of the shooting and other people who were in the car when Chenney was taken to the hospital.

Police told FOX23 they have identified the people they are looking for but are not identifying them at this time, they said participants are 'being less than forthcoming on the motive and explanations.'

Anyone with information about this homicide can call Crime Stoppers at 918 596-2677, The Homicide Tip Line 918 798 8477 or email homicide@cityoftulsa.org.




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