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Authorities Charge Suspect In Quinton Homicide

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QUINTON, Oklahoma -

Authorities released the identity of the person they believe is responsible for the murder of Kenneth Flick. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations (OSBI) said Lloyd Brandon Buck, 28, was arrested over the weekend for various crimes including robbery and possession of stolen property. Monday, he was charged for the murder of Flick.

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OSBI agents said a family member found Flick dead inside his home on the 600 block of N. L Street in Quinton on Sunday. Monday, the medical examiner said the 56-year-old man died of blunt force trauma to the head.

OSBI agents said Flick and Buck were acquaintances. Buck reportedly went to Flick's home Saturday evening where the two got into an argument about money Flick believed Buck owed him. Authorities said Buck became angry, grabbed a hammer and struck Flick in the head multiple times. Buck then left the home.

Local law enforcement arrested Buck hours later. The Quinton Police Department requested OSBI agents assist with the homicide.

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