A 60-year-old man is behind bars this morning after being held responsible for Owasso's first homicide of the year. 2 Works for you reporter Ashley Holt was live at the scene with details.
Owasso Police process the scene for the city's first homicide of the year.
According to Owasso police, they were called to a house on North Garnett to reports of a stabbing that allegedly occurred around 12:45 p.m. Thursday.
Officers found the victim, Michael Floyd, 37, dead from multiple stab wounds. David Wayne Ellis, 60, was found in a nearby field and taken into police custody.
No motive is known at this time, but officers say there was a party at the home prior to the stabbing.
Ellis will be charged with murder after he is moved to the Tulsa County Jail, reports Owasso police
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