Skip to content

No foul play suspected in body found near Midwest City business

By Jeff Harrison
Managing Editor

Police do not suspect foul play in the death of a 63-year-old woman found this morning lying behind a business on S. Air Depot Blvd.

The body of Molly Finney was discovered about 10:48 a.m. behind AutoZone Auto Parts, 1605 S. Air Depot Blvd. A friend of Finney said he talked to her at about midnight, and came back later this morning to check on her. The man called 911 after she was found unresponsive, according to police.

Chief Brandon Clabes said the woman was homeless and appeared to have died from natural causes. He said they are waiting for the Medical Examiner’s Office to determine the official manner and cause of death.

“We know she had a lot of medical issues and we do not believe there was any foul play,” he said.

1 Comment

  1. Allison Gregory on September 13, 2020 at 7:35 pm

    The Finney’s friend left her before anyone could get back to her. stole her credit card from Social security. He told the police that she was his girlfriend of 2 years that’s a lie. The only reason why you lie is because your hiding something oh here is another thing this scumbag that goes by KJ told the police my mom had health issues and a lot. She has had high blood pressure and a neck fusion. This is what The United States calls the opiate pandemic. They don’t have nothing in control of this opiate addiction . Autopsy will tell the truth. I really hope if your struggle with addiction or just homeless due to Covid. Please reach out. She has grandbabies that are 17 and 18 and they are struggling just to wake up everyday.

Leave a Comment