New Details in Tulsa's 51st Homicide


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Updated: 10/05/2013 1:25 pm Published: 10/05/2013 1:15 pm


Tulsa police responded to a shooting call around 7800 E. 49th Street on Monday, September 30. Upon arrival Tulsa police found a white male inside a pickup truck. The male was injured by gunshot wounds and immediately transported to St. Francis hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Victim Sebastian Geiger had been answering a locksmith service call to unlock a vehicle in the parking lot of an apartment complex. An argument started about the price of the locksmith service and that's when the owner of the vehicle went inside an apartment and returned with two friends. The locksmith tried to get into his truck, but was stopped by the owner of the car. Guns were drawn and shots were exchanged; Geiger drove off, but was hit by gunfire.

Tulsa police are interviewing several people, however, they are still looking for the two black males that fled the scene.

This is 51st homicide to take place in Tulsa in 2013.

Police originally requested an interview with Dewayne Fulsom to ask questions regarding the homicide investigation. However, police have upgraded his status from person of interest to confirmed suspect in the Geiger homicide case.

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