Tulsa Police Looking For Woman Who Wrote Letter To Tulsa Homicide Victim

Wednesday, November 17th 2010, 10:44 am
By: News On 6

NewsOn6.com & Tara Vreeland, News On 6

TULSA, Oklahoma -- Tulsa police need help identifying a woman who may have information related to the murder of Damesha Hunter.

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The Tulsa mother was found shot to death in her home no October 14, 2010.  Tulsa Police said she received a letter on September 16,2010, from a woman who called herself "Kee Kee."  The woman claimed she was four months pregnant at the time and may be five to seven months pregnant currently.

Read Letter Written To Damesha Hunter

"Until we figure out who Kee Kee is, and I talk to her. I don't know if she is involved at all or if she just may have information about what happened," Jeff Felton, Tulsa Police Department Homicide Detective, said. "That's why we have to find her and talk to her."

Kee Kee claimed that Laroye Clifton Hunter III, Damesha Hunter's husband, was the father of the baby. She also said she had been seeing him for a period of two years, off and on.

"She obviously knows Laroye. Damesha. She knows their relationship," Detective Felton said. "She may know things that are going on in Damesha's life or Laroye's life at the time that could have been related to what happened to Damesha."

Laroye Hunter is currently in custody on charges of domestic violence.  He told Tulsa Police he was talking to Damesha on the phone when she said someone was at the door.  When she didn't come back, Laroye said he went to check on her and found her shot to death.

"We didn't find any indication that this was a home invasion robbery," Detective Felton said. "Damesha wasn't involved in things that a lot of the times we see leading up to people who are murdered."

Damesha Hunter has four children, ages 16, 10, 6 and 4.

Call Crime Stoppers at 596-COPS if you can help police identify Kee Kee or any women seen with Laroye Hunter during the past two years. All callers remain anonymous.