Oklahoma police say man killed his brother during altercation at home

Oklahoma City police said Eric Butler, 51, shot and killed his younger brother Otis Butler, 48, during a dispute at a home

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An Oklahoma man shot and killed his brother during an argument, Oklahoma City police said Friday. 

Officers were called to the home Thursday around 4:30 p.m. in response to a domestic shooting, the police department said. 

Authorities said some type of altercation occurred at a home between family members. Otis Butler, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Eric Butler allegedly killed his brother during a dispute at an Oklahoma City home, police said. 

Eric Butler allegedly killed his brother during a dispute at an Oklahoma City home, police said.  (Oklahoma City Detention Center)

His brother, 51-year-old Eric Butler allegedly shot him and stayed at the home until officers arrived. He was later taken to police headquarters and interviewed before he was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder. 

The shooting remains under investigation. Eric Butler is being held in the Oklahoma City Detention Center on no bail, according to jail records. 

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