atkinsUPDATE: Robert Cody Atkins voluntarily turned himself in to authorities early Saturday morning. He has been booked into the Okmulgee County jail on the two warrants.

Another person is being sought in connection with the murder of Edwin Reid.
Okmulgee resident Robert Cody Atkins is alleged to have been at the scene during the murder. Police chief Steve Norman said a no bond arrest warrant has been issued charging the 30-year-old Atkins with first degree murder and first degree burglary.
Anyone who knows where Atkins is should contact the Henryetta police department at 918-652-3106.
Reid was shot to death at a home in the 700 block of West Division early Wednesday morning. One suspect, Glen West, has been arrested in the case.



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An arrest has been made in the shooting death of Edwin James Reid Wednesday morning.
glen westGlen West, 33, was arrested by members of the District 25 Violent Crimes Task Force Thursday following a search of a house in the 1300 block of West Trudgeon.
Henryetta police chief Steve Norman said officers were able to obtain a no bond warrant for West following extensive witness interviews.
West is alleged to have kicked in the front door at a home at 709 West Division sometime early Wednesday morning and shot Reid several times killing him. Reid’s body was discovered by a roommate who called police. Neighbors said they heard popping noises that were determined to be gunshots.
The police chief said there was other evidence in the case that was found at the West Trudgeon residence where West was staying.
West has been booked into Okmulgee County Jail on complaints of first degree murder and burglary in the first degree.
Police are still conducting interviews and would not rule the potential for other individuals to be charged in connection to the murder.


RELATED: Person of interest sought in Wednesday murder

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is still investigating the cause of an accident on I-40 that injured a person walking along the highway.
According to the OHP, the individual was walking on the interstate about four miles east of Henryetta shortly before 6 Wednesday evening. He was struck by a 2015 Volvo semi driven by Jianping Xiao that was eastbound.
The highway was closed for a short time to allow an Air Evac helicopter land and take the victim to St. John hospital in Tulsa for treatment of injuries to his head and body. The victim was admitted to the hospital in stable condition.
Authorities are not releasing the name of the injured pedestrian pending notification of next of kin.

UPDATE: Shortly after the press meeting, Police Chief Steve Norman announced Toby Holaby was found at a home in Schulter. He was taken to the Henryetta police department for questioning.

Following the shooting death of Edwin Reid Wednesday morning, Henryetta police say they are looking for a person of interest.
Reid was found shot to death in a home in the 700 block of West Division around 9 a.m. “When officers arrived at the scene they found several bullet holes in the walls and Mr. Reid was dead in a back room,” the chief said.edwin reid
During the day-long investigation, the chief said they are seeking Toby Holaby, 26, as a person of interest. “We are not calling him a suspect,” the chief said,” but we can’t find him and want to talk to him.” He urged Holaby to come to the police department or anyone who knows where he is to urge him to come in or call the Henryetta police department at 918-652-3106.
holabyThe death was reported by a person who lives at the residence. That individual was not a suspect in the murder.
“We have gotten some tips but none that leads us to a suspect,” he said.
This is the first murder within the Henryetta city limits since 2015.
The chief said Henryetta is a safe community for the most part. He urged residents to keep an eye out in their neighborhoods for any suspicious activity. “No one knows who belongs in a neighborhood better than those who live there.”
The murder investigation was aided by members of the District 25 Violent Crimes Task Force.
Norman said the task force was activated and that brought in a dozen investigators to help the local police department.

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methThree Mesa, Airzona residents were arrested on alleged drug trafficking complaints. The three, Bilma Herandez, 28, Edgar Hernandez, 26 and Jovana Hernandez, 18, were stopped by an Okmulgee County Sheriff's deputy Monday on Interstate 40 near Henryetta.
As a result of the stop, the deputy found about 10.5 pounds of methamphetamine concealed in the vehicle. The meth was wrapped in eight black plastic bags.
Sheriff's deputies estimated the illicit narcotics have a street value of nearly a quarter of a million dollars. It is believed the drugs came from Mexico and were smuggled across the border into the United States. Authorities said meth from Mexico is generally cheaper to import and is a higher quality than thoat produced in home labs in the United States.
All three are being held in the Okmulgee County jail for allegedly trafficking 200 grams or more of amphetamine or meth. No bond has been set.