911 Call Released In Stroud Homicide Investigation


Monday, September 17th 2018, 6:58 pm
By: Bonnie Campo


Investigators have released the 911 call involving a brutal murder on the outskirts of Stroud.

Deputies found the victim with a large head wound, and said it appears that the victim was attacked with an axe, hammer and shot.

OSBI is now leading the investigation.

The victim, now identified as Donald Coleman, was found by a friend on September 1.

Investigators believe Coleman was killed the day before.

The 911 call was made around 8:10 a.m.

Dispatch: Lincoln County 911..

Caller: Yes ma’am. I have a gentleman here at my house, that he has walked up on a man that looks like he has been shot.

Second Caller: A two-story house, a white one, and um, I found my buddy out there.

Dispatch: Okay, is he inside the house, or is he outside?

Second Caller: He is laying outside slumped over.

Dispatch: Okay…

Second Caller: I turned around and left.

Dispatch: Okay, I understand.

The initial reports detailed damage found at the home like, "...several holes in the window..." and "broken glass on the floor inside of the doorway."

Investigators said they also found a blood trail nearby.

The victim’s body was “face down lying on top of an eight-gallon horizontal tank air compressor."

The suspects are Deirdre Allen, Jerry Richards and Waylon Whitlow, they were all arrested in less than 48 hours.

Two were found on tribal land, and the other in Henryetta.

The motive is still under investigation, and charges are expected to be filed next week.

All three suspects are being held without bond in the Lincoln County jail.