Tulsa police interviewing woman about homicide
|Updated: 11/12/2013 8:01 pm
||Published: 11/12/2013 9:14 am
Tulsa police say a woman considered missing and in danger after a man was found dead in a north Tulsa home has been found.
Michelle Ashlock has been located and is being interviewed about the homicide of Quinton Shaver. Shaver was found beaten to death in a north Tulsa home on Monday.
Investigators know there was at least one woman present at the time of the homicide. Investigators spent the day trying to locate a 1999 green Mitsubishi Galant with OK 400 HBH tags that is believed to be connected to the murder. A tip led police to the car on Monday night.
Investigators said Angel Marie Proctor was located around 7 p.m. on Tuesday night. Police are investigating whether she was at the homicide scene and may have participated in the violence.
Police said they are learning more about Emile George July, the main suspect in Shaver's homicide. They said he has been described as a time bomb waiting to go off. They said he carried handguns illegally and ruled his environment by threats and violence.
Investigators describe the atmosphere in the group as cult-like and drenched in fear and illegal drugs.
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