Oklahoma County Authorities Continue Search For Missing Murder Suspect


Wednesday, August 13th 2014, 7:50 pm
By: News 9


The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is searching for an accused killer.

Mark Anthony Finley, 22, is wanted for a deadly shooting that happened 12 days ago, but so far he hasn't been caught, and police don't know where he is.

Finley is one guy both police and deputies would really like to see back behind bars.

He's wanted for both murder, assault and shooting with intent to kill, and the sheriff's office has even taken to social media to try to get him caught.

Finley's photo was prominently displayed on the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Facebook page under #WarrantWednesday.

He is wanted for the August 2 murder of 20-year-old Cameron Jamod Polk.

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Polk was found dead outside a home in the 4100 block of N.W. 21st Terrace, after being shot several times.

“Michael Finley is obviously a very dangerous individual who is out there on the streets,” Mark Myers with the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said.

Myers says, since this murder, Finley has disappeared, and they need the public's help to find Finley before he strikes again.

"Most definitely,” said Myers. “I mean, he has a long laundry list of felonies that he has either been convicted of, accused of, so he's no stranger to the system."

Finley was already wanted for beating up a woman two and a half years ago, outside the Midwest Territory Apartments in Midwest City. He's also accused of firing a gun at a man that tried to intervene.

More than 100 people have already shared the social media post across the nation.

“So we just need someone out there to tell us where he is,” said Myers. “So we can get him behind bars where he needs to be.”

In fact, Finley had just spent six months in the Oklahoma County jail for failing to appear on those assault and battery charges but was just released in March after posting a $4,000 bond.

Finley was seen leaving the scene of the August 2 murder with three other people.

If you've seen him or know where he is, do not approach him and call 911 immediately. He is considered armed and dangerous.

You can also call the Oklahoma City Homicide Tip Line at 297-1200.