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Girlfriend Charged In Connection To Murder

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The girlfriend of the Altus radio DJ who was killed last week, has been charged.

Sandra Woodward has been in the Kiowa County Jail since the homicide on January 7th under a $1 million bond.  On Thursday the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said she is charged with Harley Moody's murder.  

A spokesman said the First Degree Murder charge was because Woodward's story was not 
consistent with evident at the scene.  Investigators said she told them she was home at the time and admitted to firing the gun.

The Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office said the Altus radio DJ died from gunshot wounds to his neck and chest.  Kiowa County Sheriff’s deputies found Harley Moody’s body inside a home near Lone Wolf last week.  

Stay with Newschannel 6 for any updates on this story.
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