Jury Returns Conviction for 2017 Murder of Linda Zotigh

OKLAHOMA CITY – A federal jury has convicted TOMMY DEAN BULLCOMING, 55, of Hammon, Oklahoma, of first-degree felony murder in Indian Country and related offenses, announced Timothy J. Downing, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma. A five-count indictment unsealed on April 6, 2018, charged Bullcoming with crimes he committed on September 6, 2017: first-degree premeditated murder, first-degree felony murder, carjacking resulting in death, kidnapping resulting in death, and arson. The indictment stated he “used force, violence, and intimidation to intentionally take a Lexus RX300” from an Indian and that this resulted in her death. It further alleged he…

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