A suspect has been identified and will be arrested in a suspicious death case from Monday morning, according to police.
Keabreauna Boyd, 30, will be arrested on complaints of first-degree murder in the death of Luis Williams, 59.
Norman police said Tuesday the two have been in an on again, off again relationship for some time.
Around 6:15 a.m., Norman police were called to the 1900 block of Alameda Street after dispatchers received a call that a body had been found.
“When officers arrived on scene, they located a diseased adult male in the driveway of a residence there,” said Sarah Jensen, Norman Police Department spokesperson. “That male had significant trauma to his head and neck area and was pronounced deceased at the scene.”
It didn’t take long for investigators to track down Boyd as a suspect.
“Officers brought her in for an interview and throughout the course of that interview determined that she was the key suspect in relation to this what became a homicide,” said Jensen.
It’s unclear what exactly caused Williams’ death, something investigators will wait to hear back from the Medical Examiner’s office.
“There was a significant amount of blood and due to that, they (investigators) were unable to clearly determine what exactly caused his death at the scene,” said Jensen.
Investigators continue to piece together information.
After interviewing the suspect, one thing is clear.
“We do know that something transpired that led to this incident occurring, as far as the specifics of that, investigators are still working through some of those facts at this time,” said Jensen.
Boyd is currently hospitalized for a pre-existing medical condition. Once she is cleared to leave, Boyd will be booked into the Cleveland County Detention Center.