By Evan Anderson, News 9
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City Police now investigating the 95th homicide this year. A man calls 911 Tuesday night around 7:30, only to later be found dead in his home.
OKC police say Deepak Bhasin called 911 himself, saying he had been attacked before he eventually died on the scene, and as police continue to investigate the murder, they're also looking at other allegations.
"Cops came and arrested me, without any reason, I was just sitting there," said, Deepak Bhasin in an Aug. 2012 Youtube video.
In a bizarre string of YouTube videos which appear to show the 59-year old murder victim, he does several reenactments of what he says are OKC police, harassing him.
"When they took me to the station, they still didn't have anything, they told me that I could go," said Bhasin in the video.
But he never mentioned any specific cases. Oklahoma City Police released a number of crime reports, some arrest dating back to 1996 which include public intoxication. Police say no police brutality claims were ever made, and at this point, police and homicide investigators are trying to piece together what exactly happened on the day of his murder.
"Last night, investigators were called out to the residence in Northwest Oklahoma City, this was the victim actually calling 911, saying that he had been attacked," said Sgt Gary Knight.
Police say they have very few details on Bhasin's murder which happened at his home in this gated community on the Northwest side of the city, and because this is a homicide case, Sgt. Knight says they will not comment on the YouTube videos.
Bhasin was listed with the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision as a medical doctor with specialties in internal medicine, and general practice.
Oklahoma City police say, at this time, there have been no suspects named or no arrest made in the case.
Anyone with information is asked to call the OKC tip line, at (405) 297-1200.