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Domestic dispute turns into murder-suicide in west Tulsa

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Authorities have released the names of two people who died in an early morning domestic dispute in west Tulsa.

Sheriff’s deputies were called to a home in the 6000 Block of South 63rd West Avenue Tuesday morning. When they arrived, they say they found 22-year-old Dellia Gayton and her husband 27-year-old Edward Gayton dead from gunshot wounds.

Deputies say it's believed to be a murder suicide. There were three young children in the home at the time of the shooting. They weren't hurt and have been turned over to protective custody.
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