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reported events that occurred at 918 North Quincy Avenue on September 14th, 2008

On September 14, 2008, 19-year-old Jessica Lewallen and 36-year-old Tracy Johnson were discovered deceased inside Johnson's home from gunshot wounds. The two were killed by 19-year-old Brandon Johnson, the son of Tracy and the cousin of Jessica. Police were called to the house from Brandon, who claimed he was at a residence next-door when he heard gunshots, and he rushed over to his mother's house armed with a gun and found the two dead from gunshot wounds to the head. Police learned that Brandon and Tracy Johnson had a very strained relationship and did not get along well. Johnson was arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree murder. (Something to note about the residence is that Google maps does not correctly report where the residence is located at. Google maps reports the residence as the blue house facing E King St. It is the tan house next to it facing N Quincy.)

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https://tulsaworld.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/article_9885f84c-a5bd-5b2e-864d-387469be118c.html

Tulsan pleads guilty to killing mother, cousin

Brandon Johnson is set to be sentenced March 22 on two counts of first-degree murder linked to the fatal shootings of his mother, Tracy Johnson, and her niece, Jessica Lewallen. Both women had been sh


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