Homeless woman dies days after being shot in the head in S.E. Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY - A homeless woman has died days after she was shot in southeast Oklahoma City.

On Oct. 22, police were called to reports of a shooting near S.E. 44th and Stiles.

When officers arrived they found two people who had been shot.

Witnesses told police that two transients were walking in the area when two people inside a maroon van or SUV stopped them.

The driver and the passenger reportedly jumped out of the car and demanded cash or valuables from the two homeless people.

When they had nothing to give them, that is when the two from the car starting shooting at the homeless pair, police said.

One of the victims, 45-year-old Beth Ann Jordan, had been shot in the head.

The other victim, 57-year-old Alexander Irvin Paton, was wounded.  The extent of his injuries is unclear.

They were both transported to a local hospital to be treated.

On Oct. 26, police were informed Jordan passed away as a result of her injuries.

Police have not made any arrests in the case.

Anyone with information is asked to call (405)297-1200.


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