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This listing contains user-submitted reports documenting historically significant events and personal experiences at 67 North Victor Avenue, Tulsa, OK, US, including reports of criminal activity, homicides, deaths, famous residents, and alleged paranormal occurrences. If you have more information about this address, let us know.

reported events that occurred at 67 North Victor Avenue on November 7th, 2009

Around 2AM, November 7 2009, the body of 23-year-old Alex Brandon Stevens was discovered in a dumpster below the Central Park Condos in Tulsa. A witness reportedly heard a crash and found the man's body. It has been rumored that Stevens was pushed to his death by 22-year-old Jonathan Rush, 29-year-old Michael Richardson, and Justin Bryant, though they have never proven to be true. However later that same night, around 9PM, both Rush and Richardson would be found dead inside a home, murdered by Mario Wilson. It is rumored that Wilson killed Rush and Richardson in retaliation for the death of Stevens. Wilson and one or two other suspects allegedly entered the home that was occupied by 4 people, Rush, Richardson, Bryant, and Rush's girlfriend Megan. Wilson forced all 4 people to lie down on the floor, and he then shot and killed Rush and Richardson, before he and the other suspects left the scene. After Rush and Richardson were killed, Bryant also fled the scene, which led to him being considered a suspect, before he was cleared. Wilson was sentenced to life in prison.


Tulsa Man Arrested For Weekend Double Homicide

TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a weekend double homicide. Late Tuesday night, police officers arrested 22-year-old Mario Wilson and booked him into the Tulsa Cou

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