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reported events that occurred at 1006 South Saint Louis Avenue on November 3rd, 2011

26-year-old KyAndre Ellis was shot and killed and his brother 21-year-old Timothy McDowell was critically injured in a fatal robbery that took place on November 3, 2011. McDowell testified that on that night, two men dressed in all black and armed with guns broke into the apartment that Ellis and McDowell were staying at, and attempted to rob the victims. McDowell was shot 5 times, and Ellis was shot 3 times. 56-year-old Richard Mayne, who owned the apartment Ellis and McDowell were at, was identified as a suspect but let go. Mayne nonfatally stabbed his roommate in the same apartment in 2009. The case currently remains unsolved.

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Tulsa Shooting Leaves One Man Dead, Another In The Hospital

TULSA, Oklahoma -- Tulsa Police are looking for the person who shot and killed a man and critically wounded another man at a home near 10th and St. Louis. Police were called to the home shortly befor


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