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Tulsa Man Charged With 3 Deaths Including Unborn Child

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Keenon White mug shot from Tulsa County Jail. Keenon White mug shot from Tulsa County Jail.
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A Tulsa man is now charged with three counts of first-degree murder. Last week Tulsa police named Keenon White as the primary suspect in murders of Teddy Prejean, Shayron Brown and Brown's unborn child.

The homicides took place September 5, 2017, at the Savanna Landing Apartments near 61st and Peoria. 

9/12/2017 Related Story: Arrest Made In Savanna Landing Homicides

Tulsa police say White was already in custody when they connected him to the crime - having been arrested for several felony warrants. They say surveillance video showed him leaving the complex and other evidence ties him to the crimes.

Detectives have not released a possible motive for the murders.

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