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Man wanted for murder of 33-year-old Norman woman now in custody

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NORMAN, Okla. – Authorities say a man wanted in connection to the murder of a 33-year-old woman is now in custody.

On Saturday morning, police were called to a home in the 1800 block of Twisted Oaks Drive to check on the welfare of a resident.

“They found an adult female, multiple gunshot wounds,” said Sarah Jenson, public information officer for the Norman Police Department.

33-year-old Tiffany Godwin was shot to death inside a Norman home

Authorities have identified the victim as 33-year-old Tiffany Godwin, and they have officially classified her death as a homicide.

After Godwin’s death, investigators started searching for 30-year-old Charles Curtis “Kurt “Hornback.

An arrest warrant was issued for Hornback for one count of first-degree murder.

“We believe he’s armed and dangerous, because we feel like he did potentially play a role in this crime,” Jensen said. “On top of that, he had a relationship with the woman that was killed.”

On Tuesday, authorities announced that an arrest warrant had also been issued for 29-year-old Ashlee Nicole Vasquez for one count of accessory to first-degree murder.

Norman police say that Vasquez turned herself in to the Caddo County Sheriff's Office early Wednesday morning.

Thursday, Norman police confirmed that Hornback had also turned himself in to police.

Police said he is being interviewed about the murder.

The homicide remains under investigation.

Charles Curtis “Kurt” Hornback