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November 8, 2013

BREAKING NEWS: Man arrested in Muskogee wanted for questioning in homicide

Police arrested a man Friday morning at a Muskogee truck stop who is wanted for questioning in connection with a homicide reported in Tulsa.

Muskogee law enforcers arrested the man without incident shortly after 11 a.m. at Pilot Travel Center, which is located on U.S. 69 at Harris Road.

Lt. Bryan Stark said Tulsa law enforcers had been tracking the man and notified local police of his whereabouts in Muskogee.

Stark said the man, whose identity was unavailable Friday morning, was driving a pickup with a stolen license plate. The man was taken to Muskogee Police Department for processing.

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