Airline Worker Dead in Oklahoma Airport Shooting

The Oklahoma Police Department has identified the victim as Michael Winchester, 52, an employee of Southwest Airlines.
2:01 | 11/16/16

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We are resuming operations regular operations at will Rogers world airport at this point in time. All the plays that means that the more. We are allowing people to leave the area did some more this evening will ultimately be here leave the property of the airport. Anybody who had increased marine. Who is awaiting a flight is allowed to stay in the secure area OK and here and have some more information in reference to. Flight delays and things like that but I can report that he suspect was located. Deceased. Within apparent gunshot wound to the head. We don't have that it individual positively identified. Partly because of his injuries I can tell you that it is a white male. Cardinals today that he was found in his vehicle which is described as the red. Pickup truck. Earlier today. A tactical unit was able to identify potential suspect vehicle. They used techniques to level out the windows it could tell there was somebody in there. At that point they did not know when the person was hiding sleep eve. Deceased or otherwise. Once that was confirmed we made it clean sweep of the airport to make sure that there were no. Potential suspects. Or any other possible dangers and at that point that's when we went when a hidden opened at the airport. Really the precautionary. Measures and the delays are. Or are really on our port it was a police department halted to delayed things as a precautionary measure these keep in mind that when there's unknown. When there's a vehicle that's potentially. Booby trap that maybe things inside the vehicle that we just don't know. We have to take our time we have to take our time to clear the vehicle to make sure that there's no more danger that you. The any but he at the airport so. At this point in time we're we're trying to resume regular operations at the airport we do have a portion of crime scene. On the second level of the parking garage that's with the vehicle is keep in mind this is a a crime scene in relation to a homicide and any possible. Suicide.

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