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Gainey charged with first degree murder

LAWTON, Okla._Stevie Gainey, a suspect in Lawton's 6th homicide, has been officially charged with first degree murder.

Gainey, 40, is accused of shooting his 21-year-old roommate Julian Humphrey. Humphrey was found lying on the floor inside their home last Friday after being shot multiple times with a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun. Gainey claims the argument all started over the cleanliness of the house. Gainey also stated that he did not attempt to resuscitate Humphrey or call for help.

Gainey's preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 24, 2014. His bond is set at $2 million.

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