TULSA, Okla. (AP) - A woman wanted in connection with the beating death of a man killed in an apparent dispute over an English bulldog has turned herself in to authorities.
Tulsa police say 47-year-old Carmile Sulvetta surrendered on Friday after returning from New Jersey. She is being held in the Tulsa County jail on a complaint of conspiracy to commit a felony.
Online jail records don't indicate if Sulvetta has an attorney.
Police say they think she masterminded the killing of 40-year-old Guy Gilmore Jones, whose body was found Dec. 11 in his home. Police say Jones' death apparently came after an argument about a dog.
Police have arrested five others in connection with Jones' death. Detective Roger Smith says Sulvetta may have contacted those five to arrange the beating of Jones.
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