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Autopsy report reveals new information into Altus DJ's killing

LAWTON, Okla._ An autopsy report revealed disturbing new information surrounding the January killing of Altus radio DJ Harley Moody.

Moody died after he was shot twice, once in the neck and again in the chest. The medical examiner noted traces of gunpowder at the entrance wounds.

The night of the shooting, Moody's fiance, Sandra Woodard told investigators she shot at him from several feet away during a game of sexual roll play and only fired twice, but investigators found four spent shell casings.

Moody was also beaten over the head and face causing multiple lacerations.

A fingernail was also found embedded in his back.

Woodard is being held on a one million dollar bond. Her preliminary hearing is set for April 8.

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