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Blair man charged with killing former son-in-law

Terry Randel Drury (Source Jackson County Sheriff's Office) Terry Randel Drury (Source Jackson County Sheriff's Office)

ALTUS, OK (KSWO) -The Jackson County man who admitted to killing his former son-in-law has been charged.

Terry Drury has been charged with first-degree murder with deliberate intent in the shooting death of Jeffrey Garrison.

On April 13, Drury walked into the Jackson County Sheriff's Office holding a rifle and admitted to killing Garrison. Police later found Garrison's body in the driveway of a Blair home with a gunshot wound to the face.

Investigators say while Drury admitted to the killing, he gave two conflicting stories of it, neither of which were supported by the crime scene evidence.

He is being held without bond and will appear in court again in June.

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