Husband identified in possible home invasion

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EDMOND, Okla. — Police in Edmond are still investigating a deadly shooting in the Pebble Creek neighborhood that occurred Sunday afternoon.

According to police, the owners of a home were separated and not living together but the husband stopped by the home.

Officers said 24-year-old Michael Ford let himself inside with a key when he found his wife with a friend.

According to the wife, her friend and Ford got into a fight.

Authorities said Ford went out to his car to get a knife and got into another fight after coming inside the home.

Ford was eventually shot three times by his wife’s friend.

Officials said no arrests have been made in the case and they are treating it as a home invasion.

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