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reported events that occurred at 4324 North Garrison Place on October 23rd, 1990

October 23, 1990, is the day that 39-year-old Robert Lee Asberry went on a killing spree, killing 3 people and then himself. He went on a killing spree only a year after he was released from prison for murder, after he was found guilty of murdering his sister-in-law and accused of murdering a second person found in the same field his sister-in-law was found with the same gunshot wounds too in 1975. Asberry first killed 38-year-old Columbus Dumas inside his house, located at 2226 N. Xanthus Ave. Dumas was the father of Asberry's ex-girlfriend's 18-month-old son, and after Asberry entered Dumas's house, Asberry stabbed him to death with a knife. Asberry then fled the scene, and drove to another house, located at 4324 N. Garrison Place. The house was where 28-year-old Cheryl Butler lived, a close friend of Asberry's ex-girlfriend. After entering her house, Asberry stabbed her to death with a knife as well. Asberry then met up with his ex-girlfriend, 31-year-old Brenda Parks, at Norberg Park. A witness stated that Asberry and Parks sat at a bench having a conversation, while Parks's 18-month-old son was also there. The witness stated Asberry then got up and went to his car, and came back with a shotgun, shooting at Parks. Parks was hit in the chest killed, and after shooting Parks, Asberry turned the gun on himself and killed himself. The 18-month-old child was luckily not injured. Asberry was responsible for the deaths of 6 people, including himself.



Same Old Story

SADLY, a tragedy too often repeated in Oklahoma has occurred again. In 1975, Robert Lee Asberry abducted his sister-in-law from her Tulsa home and fatally shot her in the head. He received a 10-year

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