This week in Payne County, Oklahoma, there were three incidents that occurred. These incidents include a man receiving a 10-year prison term for providing heroin to his girlfriend, resulting in her fatal overdose, the discovery of a missing man's body prompting a murder investigation, and a man accused of fatally beating his older brother during an argument.
A 33-year-old Tulsa man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for providing heroin to his 29-year-old girlfriend, who died of a drug overdose in her Perkins apartment. The man pleaded no contest to second-degree manslaughter.
The body of Samuel Crawford, a missing man, was found in Oklahoma. Initially, a portion of his car was discovered in a rural area near Glencoe. As the investigation progressed, his bullet-riddled body was found near a local property. This discovery has led to a murder investigation.
A man named Doby Nunley is accused of fatally beating his older brother, Dennis, during an argument in their rural Cushing home. According to the sheriff's investigator, the argument started over their recently deceased mother. The younger brother, Jay, was also involved in the altercation.
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