Annette Hammock And Son Identified As Victim Of Double Homicide; Another Injured
The two victims and a possible suspect in the double homicide near 101st and Aspen have been identified by Broken Arrow Police.
According to police reports, the lifeless bodies of 48-year-old Annette Hammock and her 17-year-old son were discovered inside their residence.
According to police, a 50-year-old man named Phillip Hammock was discovered in the residence with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The individual is currently receiving medical attention at a hospital in close proximity and has been taken into police custody.
According to sources, Hammock is reportedly in critical condition.
According to Broken Arrow police, a report was received on Wednesday morning regarding a potential double homicide.
According to police reports, a residence in the vicinity of East 101st Street and South Aspen Avenue was attended by law enforcement at approximately 11 a.m. According to reports, two individuals were discovered deceased within a residence.
According to investigators, there is no current threat to the public.
According to the police, the FBI has become involved in the case due to the involvement of a tribal citizen.
Information regarding the identity of the deceased and the circumstances surrounding their death has not been disclosed by the police.
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