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Muskogee Police Release Name Of Fatal Beating Victim

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MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma -

The Muskogee Police Department is investigating after a man died following a beating Saturday morning.

According to MPD, 21-year-old Jammie Teauge Jr. was unresponsive when officers arrived to a residence in the 1600 block of South Fifth Street.

Teague was transported by EMS to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Muskogee EMS said they also treated two other patients at the scene.

Another person had injuries that weren't serious, and the other refused treatment.

Investigators are talking with witnesses and those involved in the fight to develop a motive in the killing.

According to Muskogee County online court records, Teague had a non-jury trial set for July 1 in a drug case, and in a separate case was awaiting a jury trial date for accessory after the fact, shooting with intent to kill.

He had two prior felony drug convictions in Tulsa County.

Keep checking back to NewsOn6.com for more information as it is confirmed.

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