Violent night in Oklahoma City ends with three people dead

Violent night in Oklahoma City ends with three people dead

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OKLAHOMA CITY -

Police in two metro agencies are investigating this morning after a violent night erupts.

9:00 PM

The violence began at a southeast Oklahoma City home. Police say someone called 911 to report a dead body inside a home near SE 55th and Byres Avenue. When police arrived they found a man dead at the scene. Police later identified the victim as 52-year-old James Canaday.

Homicide detectives were called to the scene and report the victim had trauma to his body consistent with homicide.

Police do not have any suspects in custody.

9:30 PM

30 minutes later, police were called to a shooting at 10000 block of N. Military Ave. Police arrived on scene and found Davion Thompson, 17, inside the house with a gunshot wound. He was taken to a local hospital where he later died.

Police say they're unsure what led up to the shooting. They currently do not have a suspect in custody but they're searching for a white Dodge Charger with dark tinted windows.

11:00 PM

The violence continued with a shooting at the Four Seasons gas station on NW 63rd street. According to police, they were called to the gas station where they found Habib Hajimirzaei, 62, inside the store. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police do not have any suspects in custody at this time.


According to Oklahoma City Police, it is unusual to have such a deadly and violent night, however they do not believe any of these cases are related.

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