Oklahoman’s closet places his truck, wife in hiding

Oklahomans who share a truck and a wife may be in for a surprise.

A new photo of Oklahoma license plates shows the truck and the wife of a woman who police said is linked to the suspected murder of her husband in his home in October.

Oklahoma State Police confirmed the license plate on the vehicle belonged to Brittany A. Hall, a 44-year-old woman from New Orleans who was found dead on Oct. 6, 2016.

Hall’s body was discovered inside a living room, where she had apparently been sleeping, police said.

The Oklahoma City Police Department has not yet said whether the vehicle that the couple owned was connected to Hall’s death.

Authorities said Hall and her husband, John Hall, 37, of New Orleans, are accused of killing Hall’s then-fiancé, Joshua C. Hall III, in their home on the 700 block of E. Ninth Street in Oklahoma City on Oct, 3, 2016, according to an arrest warrant.

They allegedly told Hall’s boyfriend, Justin C. Jackson, that they were taking Hall to Jackson’s parents in New Orleans to get some medical care, the warrant said.

On Oct. 4, Jackson allegedly killed Hall’s wife, Cynthia A. Wilson, who was also living in the home, according the warrant.

Police identified the couple as suspects in the death of Cynthia A., who was 31 at the time of her death.

A GoFundMe page has raised more than $9,000 for Wilson’s funeral expenses, according for the Oklahoma City Star.

Oklahomians were shocked to learn that the license plates of the truck where John Hall lives, the license numbers 6D2G, 6G6D and 6G7D, are on the same truck that was used to kill his wife, police told ABC News.

“It is not uncommon for people to buy a car and drive a vehicle in the same household,” Sgt. Mike Rocha said.

“There is nothing to indicate that this vehicle is part of that family.”

Police believe that John Hall is responsible for the murder of his wife.

The search for Hall has led to a few arrests.

He is currently being held at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.