OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An Oklahoma County judge says a Purcell man should stand trial on a first-degree murder charge in the death of his 16-year-old sister, who overdosed on methamphetamine.
Chance Alan Wilson was accused of injecting methamphetamine into his sister, Saleda Wilson. The state medical examiner ruled that her July 7 death was caused by methamphetamine toxicity.
An Oklahoma City detective says a witness saw Chance Wilson inject the teen with "back to back" shots of meth. But Wilson's attorney disputed that claim, saying there was no evidence the defendant gave his sister any drugs.
The Oklahoman reports that Oklahoma County Special Judge Larry A. Jones found probable cause Monday for Chance Wilson to stand trial.
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