News reports claim the death resulted from an argument.
Arrested for the homicide is Latoya Willis, 33.
News reports say 31-year-old Amber McBroom was found in her vehicle with multiple stab wounds to the chest. She was pronounced dead at a hospital.
An unnamed 37-year-old woman was treated for non-lethal wounds to her arm.
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Tulsa Police have made an arrest in connection with the city's 32nd homicide which happened on July 13.
Latoya Willis, 33, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in connection with the stabbing death of Amber McBroom. Police say McBroom, 31, died of multiple stab wounds to the chest after being taken to the hospital. Another woman suffered non life-threatening injuries during the same incident.
Tulsa County jail records show Willis is being held on complaints of first-degree murder and assault with a dangerous weapon.
From an earlier report:
Police are searching for a woman they believe stabbed another woman to death overnight.
They identify the suspect as Latoya Willis, 34.
Officers were called to the 700 block of North Kingston near Independence at 1 a.m. Police found two stabbing victims in a car.
One of the victims, a 31-year-old woman, died about an hour later at the hospital from multiple stab wounds to the chest, according to police. The second victim, a 37-year-old woman, suffered cuts on her arm. She was treated and released.
Police have not released their names.
Detectives believe the victims knew the attacker. They describe Willis as a black female, 5' 5" tall and weighing 140 pounds. She was wearing a black tank top and blue jeans shorts.
They consider Willis armed and dangerous.
If you know where she is you can call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.
Police say this is Tulsa's 32nd homicide of the year.
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