Reward Up For Tulsa's Unsolved Murders


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Updated: 3/03/2009 11:52 pm Published: 3/03/2009 10:21 pm


In 2008 there were 55 homicides in Tulsa, 14 remain unsolved and Tulsa police need your help to close these cases.

Crime Stoppers is raising the reward for information leading to an arrest from $1,000 to $2,000.

Fox 23’s Abbie Alford spoke with the lead detective investigating the double homicide of two 18-year-old boys.

On July 9th, 2008, Tajuan Davis and Teontae Ray were found shot to death in the car they were riding in that day.

Homicide detectives believe the shootings were gang related and that one was the intended target and the other just happened to be in the car.

Eight months have passed and still no arrests in the double homicide.

One 13-year-old boy says he didn't know the victims but remembers talking about at school and wishes police could find the killer or killers.

"If you know something you should tell police.”

The lead homicide detective in this case Vic Regalado hopes upping the ante to $2,000 will get someone to talk.

"We believe that there are several people out there in the community that know what happened. That know the individuals involved and have yet to step forward," says Regalado.

Court documents show Ray was a self-proclaimed member of the 53rd Street Crips Criminal Street gang.

Court documents also show Davis aka “Hyphie” was a certified member of the 63rd Street Hoover Crips Criminal Street gang.


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