Woman Sought For Questioning In Connection With Tulsa Homicide; Suspect Identified


Thursday, August 11th 2016, 7:33 am
By: Dave Davis


Tulsa police want to talk to someone who was one of the last people to have contact with a murder victim shot Wednesday morning. Police said the victim, who was dropped off - and died in - the 11th and Garnett QuikTrip parking lot,  was driven there by a woman named Jacalyn Ketcherside.

Police said she drove off before they arrived because she has a warrant for forgery. She's not a suspect in the homicide at this point,  but police want to know more about what happened the morning of the murder.

8/10/2016 Related Story: Tulsa Murder Suspect In Custody After Chase

Police said the suspect's name is Mike Jester, and he's in the hospital after police caught him passed out in a trailer following a chase Wednesday afternoon. Authorities arrested 20-year-old Cierra Hughes, who they say was with him in the car during the chase.

Tulsa Homicide Detective Dave Walker said Jester, 46, will be arrested for first-degree murder after he's released from the hospital.

"Jester is still being guarded at St. Francis and there is no update on his condition," Walker said in a news release. Walker said they don't think Jester has been in Tulsa long. Police received information about him from Fayetteville, Arkansas.

A search of Oklahoma Department of Corrections records shows he received a suspended sentence for possession of a controlled substance earlier this year in Delaware County.

They have not released the name of the murder victim.

Meanwhile, if you know where Jacalyn Ketcherside is, call Tulsa police.