Police: Tulsa Man Charged With Double Murder Was Hired Killer
TULSA, Oklahoma -
Police believe the man charged with two counts of 1st-degree murder in the killing of two women in an apartment complex parking lot last November was hired.
According to an affidavit filed in the case, police believe Quantell Jamar Alverson, 25, was hired to kill Amanda Douglas, 26, and Jennifer Sudar, 37 at the Bristol Park Apartments near 44th and Garnett on November 26, 2014.
According to the affidavit, police believe Alverson used a stolen car as the getaway vehicle after shooting Douglas and Sanders. They found the car about two weeks after the killings. They say it had been burned, but they recovered a coffee cup, food and candy.
They say the surveillance video from nearby convenience stores shows Alverson buying the coffee and food on the morning of the murder. Police say Alverson's cell phone records also indicate he was in the vicinity of the murders when they happened.
Police arrested Alverson in January. He's being held without bond in the Tulsa County Jail.
Another man wanted in the case was found dead in Kansas this week.
Deputies found the body of Dale Childress, 56, near Park City, Kansas on Sunday. They say he died from a gunshot wound.