Oklahoma man charged in meth-related death of sister
BY AP Wire Service
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma County prosecutors have charged a Purcell man with first-degree murder for allegedly injecting his 16-year-old sister with methamphetamine.
The charge was filed Tuesday against Chance Wilson, who is in the McClain County jail in an unrelated case.
Oklahoma City police say officers found Wilson's sister, Saleda, dead in a bathtub July 7.
According to court documents, a co-worker says he and Chance Wilson purchased meth July 6 and Wilson allegedly injected his sister with some of it. The co-worker says Wilson did so again the next morning, and Saleda Wilson started "freaking out."
He called Chance Wilson, who recommended putting her in the shower with the water running. The co-worker did so and fell asleep next to her.
Court documents didn't indicate if Chance Wilson had retained an attorney.