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
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
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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