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OKC Man Arrested for Murder

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Oklahoma City Police have one man in custody in connection with a homicide early Monday morning.

Police were called to an apartment in the 4400 block of NW 36th St. around 1 a.m. Monday to check on a victim, where they found 60-year-old Ocie Hardman with trauma on her body consistent with homicide. 

Frederic Hardeman Jr., 38, was at the scene when officers arrived and was taken into custody, according to OCPD.

During further investigation, Hardeman was arrested for first-degree murder and booked in the Oklahoma Co. Jail.

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