Standoff Ends After No One Found At OKC Home Of Tulsa Murder Suspect
OKLAHOMA CITY - A police standoff has ended after officers say no one was found at the northwest Oklahoma City home of a Tulsa murder suspect.
Tulsa police say a first-degree murder warrant was issued Tuesday for a man named William Proctor. According to Oklahoma City Police, at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, they responded to Proctor’s home on the 3900 block of Pioneer.
Tulsa police say Proctor is wanted for the shooting death of Kendall Austin from 2013.
Oklahoma City police wouldn't confirm that he is the man they were looking for. They also didn't know for sure if he was inside the home, but were operating on the assumption he was. Police say when they got here Tuesday night no one came to the door and a noise was heard coming from the house.
Wednesday morning, officers eventually entered the home. But Proctor was not inside.
Officers say they don’t know of any home evacuations at this time, and several streets are closed as a safety measure.
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