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TULSA, OK -- 47-year-old Carmile Sulvetta turned herself in to Homicide Detectives Friday. Sulvetta will be booked into the Tulsa Jail to face a Conspiracy To Commit A Felony charge.

The arrest is in connection with the murder of Guy Jones last Friday. Police believe the murder originated as a dispute over a bulldog and breeding attempts.

Police say Carmile Sulvetta is believed to have "masterminded" the homicide.  They say Sulvetta "orchestrated meetings which ultimately led to the victim's death."

Detective Roger Smith, Tulsa Homicide, said the investigation has revealed that Sulvetta may have contracted with the five suspects to arrange the Jones' death.

Sulvetta contacted Tulsa Police earlier this week to let them know she would be returning to Tulsa from New Jersey.

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TULSA, OK -- An arrest warrant has been issued for a Tulsa woman wanted in connection with the murder of a man last weekend over a bull dog. 

Tulsa Police say 47-year-old Carmile Sulvetta has contacted their department and indicated she is returning to Tulsa from New Jersey. 

Last Friday, Guy Jones was found beaten to death in the front yard of his home on North Victor. 

Police say Carmile Sulvetta is believed to have "masterminded" the homicide.  They say Sulvetta "orchestrated meetings which ultimately led to the victim's death." 

Over the weekend, Tulsa Police arrested five people on complaints of first degree murder.

Detective Roger Smith, Tulsa Homicide, said the investigation has revealed that Sulvetta may have contracted with the five suspects to arrange the Jones' death.

Sulvetta's warrant is for conspiracy to commit a felony. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the police.