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TPD: Homicide Victim's Car Found Burned In North Tulsa County

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Phoenicia Dorsey's vehicle, where the two victims were seen in on Halloween. Phoenicia Dorsey's vehicle, where the two victims were seen in on Halloween.
New information is being released by Tulsa Police on the double homicide, which was being investigated Friday, Nov. 2.

Police found Deyonta Dunn, 20, and Phoenicia Dorsey, 19, both shot to death inside the home near Pine and Sheridan.

Police got a tip about Dorsey's missing Saturn Vue and found it burned Monday in Turley.

Both Dunn and Dorsey were seen in the vehicle on Halloween night.

Police were looking to question 21 year-old Adrian Sample, saying he was a "person of interest" in the case.

According to a release from the Tulsa Police Department Sample turned himself into police after seeing media reports Saturday Evening. After interviewing Sample, TPD determined he was no longer a "person of interest."

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or the Homicide Tip Line at 918-798-8477.

Channel 8 will have more updates once they come available.  

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