Unsolved Homicides - Erica Flannery
On 12/20/2000 at 0706 hours, officers of the Lawton Police Department responded to 1618 SW Roosevelt in reference to a report of a single mother, Ms. Erica Flannery, found deceased by her young daughter. Officers arrived at the location along with Kirks Ambulance Service. When they entered the residence, officers discovered that the victim was obviously deceased. Detectives were immediately called out and numerous friends, acquaintances and persons of interest of Ms. Flannery were interviewed by detectives. However, as of this date, no one has been arrested or charged for this terrible crime. We need your help in solving this case by forwarding any and all information to Lawton Crime Stoppers at 580-355-4636 or by submitting a tip on our facebook page or this website.
Patricia "Pattie" McRay
On Monday, June 10, 1991, the body of Patricia "Pattie" McRay was discovered in her home, at 7227 NW Dogwood Lane, after she failed to report for work. Ms. McRay was a 34 year old school teacher employed at Great Plains Vo-Tech as a computer instructor. An unknown intruder forced entry into Ms. McRay's home and a violent struggle ensued. Ms. McRay was stabbed with a knife several times. From information gathered during the investigation, it is believed that the homicide occurred sometime during the evening hours of Saturday, June 8 or the early morning hours of Sunday, June 9, 1991. If you have any information concerning this homicide, please contact detectives at (580) 581-3240 or call Crime Stoppers at 355-4636. Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and charges being filed against the person(s) responsible.
On September 1, 1991, 27 year old Sandra Dunbar was fatally shot as she opened up the Wendy’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers restaurant at 1930 NW Cache Road where she worked. At approximately 6 a.m., she was shot multiple times with a small caliber handgun. Currently, there are no suspects and her assailant is unknown. If you have information about this homicide, please contact detectives at (580) 581-3240 or call Crime Stoppers at 355-INFO. A reward of $1,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and charges being filed against the suspect(s) responsible.
Clarence Edwin Church
Clarence Edwin Church was working as security guard at a massage parlor located at 2220 NW Ft. Sill Blvd. About 15 minutes after midnight on September 16, 1992, the 49 year old Church was sitting in his vehicle outside the business. He was approached by a black male suspect with a small to medium build and dreadlocks who reached through the open window of the vehicle and cut and stabbed Mr. Church several times. The suspect ran south on foot down the alley behind the business. If you have any information concerning this homicide, call detectives at (580) 581- 3240 or call Crime Stoppers at 355-4636. A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and charges being filed.
Hosea Pryor was working part-time as a cab driver on May 17, 1994 at about 11:00 p.m. when he took some unknown suspects to the area of 15th and Wisconsin. The 42 year old Ft. Sill soldier was assaulted by one on the suspects with a knife that inflected a mortal wound. Several suspects were seen in the area but could only be described as black males. If you have information about this homicide, call detectives at (580) 581-3240. If you call Crime Stoppers at 355- INFO, they will pay you a $1,000 reward if that information leads to the arrest and charges being filed against whoever is responsible for Mr. Pryor's death.
On August 8, 1995, at approximately 5:00 a.m., Sherrie Harrison, a 25 year old unemployed Lawton resident, was stabbed multiple times and thrown from a vehicle in the 400 block of NW Bell Avenue. The vehicle was described as a small white car but no suspect descriptions are available. If you have any information concerning the death of Ms. Harrison, please call detectives at (580) 581-3240 or call Crime Stoppers at 355-4636. A reward of $1,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and charges being filed against the suspect(s) responsible for Ms. Harrison's death.