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Oklahoma city cop accused of murder by the police, apparently, was to mutter, ” are at the top of the chief’s body,

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Oklahoma city police officer, Michael Patrick Nealey, is in custody on suspicion of murder, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office. He has been arrested for the killing of his boss, Lucky Miller, chairman of the Mannford Police Department.

The Oklahoma city police department detective is accused of being in the special room of the hotel and assassination of the department’s chief, also has been described as one of the researcher’s closest friends, was reportedly found sitting on top of that, the Chief Lucky Miller’s body, “murmur” incoherently when a staff member is the first to burst into the room.

Officer Michael Nealey, 49, was charged with second-degree murder after a bizarre incident that unfolded Sunday night in the Hilton hotel in Pensacola Beach, Florida.

OKLAHOMA IS THE HEAD OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, IN FLORIDA, PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE, ALLEGEDLY KILLED BY A FELLOW OFFICER

The police, of the Mannford Police Department, a visit to the Panhandle to attend a law enforcement conference. The couple, described by the Mannford city’s mayor as “the best of friends and were seen drinking together in the evening, but I got into a “physical altercation” just before 10 a.m., the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office said.

A disturbing commotion in the room as well, by Nealey and frank Miller drew the ire of some of the other guests, who, in the name of the hotel in front of the sheriff’s office ultimately got involved. By the time the police arrived on the scene, Miller, 44, was dead, and his body fell to the ground, and his face is on the floor, WEAR-TV reported. The police chief’s face seemed to be bruised and his right eye is swollen.

A maintenance worker who responded to the noise complaint, are to be submitted to the authorities arrived, he said he heard a “rumbling” noise in the room, and when he came out, discovered, Nealey, on the top of the Player. The worker, who was not identified, said he’s drew Nealey in the other person or to cause harm to Nealey’s face when his head hit the ground.

No weapon was found, according to an Escambia County sheriff’s spokesman said, but Nealey was reported in red, and swollen. Officials said that alcohol had been involved, and an autopsy was to be performed.

OKLAHOMA IS THE HEAD OF THE POLICE, THE CO-AGENT, ARE ACCUSED OF KILLING HIM WERE: ‘DEAR FRIENDS,’ THE CITY’S MAYOR SAYS

The people who are staying in the area told investigators they heard a laugh, and scream, and a roaring sound was coming from the hotel room on Sunday night, according to KJRH. However, there is something inexplicable had happened, and people have told me that hearing the sound of a voice yelling, “stop it, Mike,” several times — and the sound was allegedly became louder and louder, until they stopped altogether.

Nealey, was booked Monday morning at the Escambia County Jail, with murder charges, according to online sheriff’s office records. He is being held on a $500,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 5.

Lucky Miller is the president of the Mannford Police Department in Oklahoma city, was found dead in a Florida hotel room Sunday night, according to police.

Mannford Mayor Tyler Buttram said that the two officers who were not only colleagues, but also friends, “Where is the one, the other one was. They were always together.

“I was happy for a great guy, but I’ll be honest, if it was an Officer Nealey. Those two were the best of friends,” said Buttram, who oversees the city a little more than 3,000 people, which is about 20 miles west of Tulsa. “We just ask that everyone pray for the families who have been affected by this terrible tragedy. None of this makes sense, and we are heartbroken, when we are trying to understand how something so tragic could have happened.”

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Miller, who has served as police chief since 2007, with a wife and three children.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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