Okla. officials recover dead man's weapons

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) - Cherokee County authorities have
recovered four firearms believed to have been stolen from a man who
found dead earlier this month.
Undersheriff Jason Chennault said the firearms were allegedly
stolen from Robert L. Audd, whose body was discovered in a wooded
area near his home in Teresita on May 18. One Audd's renters,
William James Christopher Lewis, has been arrested but not formally
charged.
Three firearms already had been found, and a Tulsa County
Sheriff's office dive team recovered the fourth gun. Chennault
believes the bolt-action shotgun was used to inflict a head injury
to Audd.
Audd was reported him missing May 13, and his jeep was
discovered near Peggs the next day.
Authorities allege Lewis argued with Audd over unpaid rent.


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