OKMULGEE COUNTY, Oklahoma - A 21-year-old woman is in jail on a second-degree murder complaint in Okmulgee County. Members of the Okmulgee/McIntosh County Violent Crime Task Force arrested Dannaka Hunt Friday morning.

Hunt is suspected in the death of Jeffery Little Wolfe Sr., according to Okmulgee Chief of Police Joe Prentice. Wolfe was stabbed in the neck August 5, 2015, at the Creek Forrest Apartments. 

"Investigators conducted numerous interviews and ultimately submitted a report to the district attorney’s office for review," Prentice said in a news release. Hunt is a rural Okmulgee County resident, a news release states.

The warrant was executed by members of the Okmulgee/McIntosh County Violent Crime Task Force which included officers of the Okmulgee Police Department, Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office. However, the newly formed task force includes members from Okmulgee Police, Okmulgee-McIntosh County District Attorney’s Office, Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office, Henryetta Police, Beggs Police, Morris Police, Checotah Police and Eufaula Police.