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LPD Draws Timeline in Haynes Homicide

LAWTON Okla_ Lawton police have narrowed down the timeline in the homicide case of Irene Haynes.

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They say they've now talked to witnesses and the victim's daughter. Police found the body of the 48-year-old woman at the Budget Inn on Northwest Cache Road Wednesday night. She had been stabbed to death. Police arrested her husband, 51-year-old Herbert Dale Haynes, who was leaving the room with blood on his hands, clothing and body.

Police said motel occupants told police that they heard arguing and that the victim had made a phone call asking someone to come pick her up from the motel. They said almost 30 minutes later, Haynes' daughter called her mother and was told that the mother was headed over to where the daughter was staying. Then, around two minutes after that, the husband called the daughter and told her that her mom was dead. Interestingly though, police said they found that five minutes prior to the daughter calling and being told the mother was walking toward her, the husband had already called 911 saying he needed help for his wife. The actual 911 call was made around 9:15 PM.

Police responded to that 911 call and found Haynes leaving the motel covered in blood. Haynes currently is in the Lawton City Jail.

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