Tulsa Police Seek 2 Women, Car Connected To Latest Murder Investigation


Monday, November 11th 2013, 9:13 pm
By: News On 6


Police need help finding two women, one they believe to be in danger and one who is wanted for questioning in connection to Tulsa's latest homicide investigation.

Sunday evening, police arrested George July, 48, and John Hunter, 68, after investigators followed a homicide tip and found a body inside a home they say Hunter lead them to.

July was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of first degree murder, possession of a firearm after conviction of a felony and possession of a controlled drug. Hunter was booked on a complaint of accessory to first degree murder.

Tulsa Police have identified the 34-year-old victim, but are not releasing his name until all of his family members have been notified, but they say he was known to July.

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They say they now believe another person may have been involved in the killing and a woman, who they say has disappeared, may be in danger. Detectives say at least one woman was present at the time of the murder.

Detectives say Angel Marie Proctor, 29, is wanted for questioning. She's believed to be dangerous. Police say Proctor has ties to communities in Cherokee, Okmulgee, and Muskogee counties, and she knows Tulsa Police are looking for her. Proctor is described as being 5-foot-7 and 150 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Investigators are also looking for 27-year-old Michelle Ashlock, who was last seen with Proctor and July on Sunday, at the home where the body was found, in the 1800 block of North Trenton. Ashlock is 5-foot-4, 130 pounds. They say Ashlock may be in danger.

Police say Proctor may know where to find Ashlock. She was last seen in a green 1999 Mitsubishi Galant, with Oklahoma tags: 400 HPH.

The car has not been seen since early Sunday morning, which is when police believe the murder occurred.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of either of the women or the car, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-2677.