OKLAHOMA CITY -- A man, who reported that his wife was shot during a home invasion, was charged in her death.
David Hammond,44, was charged Monday with one count of first-degree murder and one count of possession of a firearm after a felony conviction in the death of Delola Hammond, 41.
David initially told police that two Hispanic males had entered the home and shot his wife on June 30.
According to a probable cause affidavit, police found two guns in the trash can next to the front porch.
One of the guns was a loaded 22 caliber pistol, which matched a shell casing officers found in the living room where Delola was shot.
Delola's sister told police that Delola and her husband were having a heated argument prior to the incident.
Prior to his arrest, David told police there were no firearms or holsters inside the home at any time.
Police found a holster in the bedroom.
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