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What Happened at 1503 East 51st Street North?

TulsaOklahomaUnited States

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  • December 5th, 1993

    Ajuania R. Woodley, 18, was home alone the night of Dec. 5, 1993. She lived at 1503 E. 51st St. N. with her cousin and sister. Both women, however, were out of town that night, with her sister leaving the house at around 7:30 p.m. When Woodley didn’t arrive for her scheduled 9:30 a.m. shift at a grocery store, her grandmother was contacted and found Woodley in her home. She had died as a result of stab wounds. The case remains unsolved.


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  • Last updated 14 days ago
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