Man wanted in Louisiana slaying arrested in Oklahoma
OWASSO, Okla. - A man wanted in connection with a shooting death in Louisiana has been arrested in northeastern Oklahoma.
The U.S. Marshals Service says 42-year-old Leland Hamm was arrested Friday in Owasso.
Online records show Hamm is being held without bond in the Tulsa County jail on a fugitive from justice warrant.
The Evangeline Parish Sheriff's Office in Louisiana says Hamm is wanted in connection with the July 1 shooting death of a Shreveport man at a home in Turkey Creek, Louisiana.
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