Tulsa man accused of killing grandmother to stand trial


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Updated: 4/03/2013 9:09 am Published: 4/03/2013 6:27 am


A Tulsa man charged with killing his grandmother has been ordered to stand trial.

Police believe Antoine Jackson, 35, was on some kind of drugs when he took off all of his clothes and ran from them in January.

Officers found his grandmother, Arlevia Jackson, 78, dead inside a north Tulsa home covered in blood. Police say she was beaten to death.

Jackson is charged with first degree murder.

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Anybody convicted of selling Drugs of any kind should also be charged with any crimes where drugs are involved such as this crime.
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