Second person arrested in west Tulsa murder

TULSA, Okla. — Quick facts:

  • Police are investigating a west Tulsa murder.
  • A family member found a man's body Wednesday.
  • Police arrested Chris Wilson in connection to the murder.
  • Wilson is now charged with first degree murder
  • A 2nd person, Jimi Campbell, was arrested Wednesday

Police arrested two people for the death of a man in west Tulsa earlier this month.

Police said a man was found dead in a home near 43rd and Edison on April 6.

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Investigators said a family member found the man's body after not hearing from him for days. They later identified the victim as Terry McCorkle, 66.

Arrest reports said he appeared to be bound and tied to a clothing bar in a back bedroom, where he was beaten to death.

They said his car was missing from the murder scene. Police found it at a home near 500 South 49th West Avenue.

They stopped the vehicle and took the man and woman inside in for questioning. Police arrested that man, Chris Wilson.

A murder charge was filed against him on April 19.

FOX23's Sara Whaley talked to Wilson as police arrested him.

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Police also brought two others into custody after they found them at a gas station near 5900 West Charles Page Boulevard.

A second person, Jimi Campbell, was arrested for her connection to the murder on Wednesday.

They interviewed five people total in connection to the case and could make additional arrests.

Investigators have not determined a motive for the murder.