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Fourth Suspect in North Tulsa Homicide Turns Self Over to Police

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Detectives announced Tuesday afternoon that a fourth suspect in a north Tulsa shooting that left one man dead turn himself over to police.

Nineteen-year-old Dijion Mastin turned himself into Tulsa Police Homicide Tuesday.  He was interviewed and subsequently arrested for second degree murder.

It happened just before 9 p.m. when TPD were called to 2440 N Boston Pl in regards to Dujuan Wilson, 20, suffering from a gun shot wound.

Officers told KTUL.com that a few people were inside the house and were handling a gun. The gun then went off, hitting Wilson.

According to a release from TPD, EMSA and TFD worked on Wilson and transported him to St. John Hospital where he died.

Police later arrested Christopher Williams, Deandre Overstreet, and Ronald Tolbert were arrested on various charges including accessory to murder in the second degree.

Mastin's arrest comes after police sent out a release looking to arrest him in connection with the homicide. No photo has been released.

 

 

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