Last year did have more than a reasonable number of high-profile homicides from domestic disputes, home burglaries gone awry, home burglaries gone awry, convenience store murders and other nastiness, including 7-year-old Adrian Avalos, who was killed by a post-burglary house fire, the station reported.
There were fewer than 80 murders in 2013,
down from 99 the previous year. The good news is that the Oklahoma City
Police Department estimated that 80 percent of the cases are solved 15
remain open from 2012.