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Sand Springs Man Arrested After West Side Murder

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Tulsa Police Officers have arrested a man they say is responsible for a murder on the west side.

Officers say they were called to a house near 61st St. W. and Charles Page Boulevard just before 11 o'clock Saturday night.

They found Zachary Montgomery, 24, dead inside a home from several wounds.

Officers say there had been a struggle inside the house, and police identified Ronnie Haskins, 40, as the suspect.

State Troopers found Haskins' car east of Tulsa.

Detectives then tracked Haskins to a trailer home and arrested him for first degree murder.  

So far, there is no word on a motive.

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