TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police are looking for a murder suspect after a homicide that led to a police chase that happened in south Tulsa.
Officers responded to a call around 7:30 p.m. in a neighborhood near East 58th Street and South Rockford Avenue. They found the victim, 69-year-old Carol Longacre already dead in her bathtub, with her car missing.
Authorities believe the suspect to be 46-year-old Tommy Carmichel, the victim's son. They received information that he was in a Berry Hill neighborhood, but when confronted, Carmichel took off with the victim's car and led TPD on a short police chase to Chandler Park.
Carmichel then ran into the woods on foot. Police used K-9 units to search the area but called off the search after several hours. Carmichel has not been found since.
Carmichel is currently a person of interest during this homicide investigation. Anyone who has information about Carmichel, contact 911 or Crimestoppers.
HOMICIDE PERSON OF INTEREST -- WANTED.
Detectives are trying to find Tommy Carmichel. He's a person of interest in the homicide of 69yo Carol Longacre. Tommy is Carol's son, and Carol was found dead in a bathtub Wednesday evening.
ANY INFO? Call @918CrimeStopper at 918-596-COPS. pic.twitter.com/mzvVN4cmYm
— Tulsa Police (@TulsaPolice) October 7, 2021
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