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OSBI releases little details surrounding DJ's murder

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LONE WOLF, Okla._

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents continue to investigate the shooting death of Altus DJ Harley moody.

Friday, OSBI public information officer Jessica Brown said the case remained under investigation which limits the release of any details surrounding it, including motive.

She said the home in Lone Wolf where Moody was killed belonged to him. And the only known witness to the crime was the shooter, his girlfriend, Sandra Woodard.

She remains in custody on a murder complaint after admitting she shot Moody several times, but she still has not been charged with anything.

The medical examiner's autopsy report had not been completed, as of Friday they were only able to determine homicide as a manner of death in the case.

Funeral services for Moody will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Kincannon Funeral Home in Altus. The home will also provide a live Webcast of the service through their website.

Moody will be laid to rest at Olustee Cemetery.

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