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Police filed a search warrant Monday for items inside a southwest Oklahoma City home where three people were found dead earlier this month.
Officers responded to shots fired at the home at 3221 S Durland Avenue shortly after midnight April 14. Witnesses told police they saw several people run from the home after the shots were fired and left in different vehicles.
Upon arrival, police found James Lumpkin, 42, dead outside the residence. Two other victims, Kayla Ramirez, 19, and Francisco Grajeda, 19, were found inside.
Arrest warrants were issued April 18 for Genaro Hernandez, 25, Luis Humberto Solis, 24, and Jesus Solis-Acosta, 26, who are all wanted in connection with the shootings.
As of Wednesday, police said the three men have not been arrested or located.
Two brothers who live in the home were also arrested on drug possession complaints and questioned in the murders April 17.
In the search warrant affidavit, officers requested permission to search the home for several items that could be evidence in the case, including knives, cutting instruments, weapons and firearms.
The following items were recovered from the home:
- Numerous rounds of live ammunition
- Spent Shell Casings
- Swabs taken from inside the residence
- Multiple cell phones
- Beer bottles
- Green leafy substance suspected to be marijuana
- Cigarettes, lighters
- A knife
- Semi-automatic firearm
- Digital scales with white residue and glass pipes
- An illegally sawed-off shotgun