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Tracking every Oklahoma City homicide

Three people have died this month in homicides in Oklahoma City, bringing the city's homicide count to 18 deaths so far this year. 

Tuesday afternoon, police officers went to check on Beaux McGlothlin, 79, because he had not shown up for work. Officers found McGlothlin dead inside a northwest Oklahoma City home. 

Saturday morning, a woman opened fire at a group of people inside a residence in northwest Oklahoma City and shot five people. Two of the shooting victims, Wendy Cortez-Paiz, 22, and Monica Valdez, 33, died. Officers arrested Jessica Madbull, 28, on a murder complaint.

The Oklahoman tracks every homicide that occurs in Oklahoma City.

Visit our homicide page for ongoing coverage and to view an interactive map that shows where each killing occurred.

So far this year, the rate of homicides in Oklahoma City is on pace with last year's rate. Last year, Oklahoma City had its nineteenth homicide of the year on April 4 and ended the year with a total of 78 homicides.

This year, 10 people were killed in January, one person was killed in February, four people were killed in March and three people were killed so far this month. The map below shows where each homicide occurred.

Anyone with information about a homicide can call the Oklahoma City Police Department's homicide tip line at 297-1200.

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Darla Slipke

Darla Slipke is an enterprise reporter for The Oklahoman. She is a native of Bristol, Conn., and a graduate of the University of Kansas. Slipke worked for newspapers in Kansas, Connecticut, North Carolina and Oklahoma, including a previous... Read more ›