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Fugitive Teen Still On the Run After Two Years

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Tulsa, Oklahoma

In a shocking turn of events, 18-year-old Emily Allen has been identified as the primary suspect in the murder of her own mother, two years after the incident occurred. The young woman is now on the run from the law, and authorities are urging anyone with information on her whereabouts to come forward.

The crime in question took place in the Brookside neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Emily and her mother, Lila Allen, were known to be close. However, on the evening of March 14th, 2015, neighbors reported hearing a violent argument coming from the Allen household. When police arrived on the scene, they found Lila’s lifeless body lying in a pool of blood on the living room floor.

At the time, there were no signs of forced entry or any indication that an outsider had been responsible for the murder. Suspicion soon fell on Emily, who was the only other person known to be present in the house at the time of the crime. However, despite intensive questioning and investigation, there was insufficient evidence to charge her with the murder.

Fast forward to today, and authorities have announced a breakthrough in the case. New forensic evidence has come to light, which strongly suggests that Emily was indeed responsible for her mother’s death. As a result, a warrant has been issued for her arrest, and a nationwide manhunt is currently underway.

Emily’s family and friends are said to be in shock and disbelief over the news, with many struggling to come to terms with the idea that the young woman they knew and loved could be capable of such a heinous act. Meanwhile, authorities are urging anyone who may have seen or heard from Emily in the past two years to come forward, as they continue their search for the fugitive.

As the investigation continues, one thing is certain: the quiet community of Brookside will never be the same again, as the memory of Lila Allen’s tragic death continues to haunt those who knew her.

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