Edgar Eddington was found murdered at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma on February 5th, 1997. There have been no arrests in his murder.

Edgar’s wife Vicky found him lying near the front door of their mobile home located at 7100 N. Yale. He had been viciously beaten and stabbed multiple times. He fought fiercely to get away, jumping through a window of the home to escape, however, evidence at the scene suggests he was caught and dragged back into the home where he was murdered. It’s likely that two or more people were involved in killing Edgar. There were several different shoe prints in and out of the house. A puppy and his wallet had been stolen.

Edgar was a championship breeder and trainer of pit bulls. His dogs competed in many national show competitions. He also made custom harnesses for dog training. He was well respected within the community. The 51-year-old was a great father to his three children and on good terms with his ex-wife Wanda. He and Vicky had been happily married for over 20 years.

Please call Tulsa Crime Stoppers at 918-596-2677 with any information on the cold-blooded murder of father Edgar Eddington.

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