Man Found Dead In His Oklahoma Basement, His Dog And Debit Card Stolen. Police Say They Have Arrested Two Suspects.
A man was found dead in the basement of a home and now two people face charges, police said.
David Lee Easley Sr. was found dead in the cellar of his home on July 21 in Madill, Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation. His debit card and his dog were both stolen from the home.
Investigators found the victim’s vehicle at a gas station in Latham, Oklahoma.
Inside was David Latham, according to police. The victim’s card was found on Latham, who also had Easley’s dog, according to the bureau. In the car parked next to Latham was his fiancé, Julie Kawazoe.
They were both arrested and taken to jail.
Latham was charged with first-degree murder and Kawazoe was charged with illegal use of a credit card.
No motive has been released in the killing.
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