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Suspects, Victim Identified in Fatal Shooting

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Booking photo of Judah Cummisky. Booking photo of Judah Cummisky.
Booking photo of Sasha Varnell. Booking photo of Sasha Varnell.

Two people have been named suspects following this morning's fatal shooting.

Police plan to arrest Judah Cummisky, 23, and Sasha Varnell, 29, in connection to the crime.

Police say they received a call this morning of a man being dropped off at St. John Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head.

The man has been identified as Isaac Wogu, 26. He died at the hospital later Monday morning.

Police say they received a call of shooting around 4:30 a.m. in the area of Harvard and Xyler but upon arriving, could not find anything.

The caller called back two hours later and gave more detailed information but not a location. Police did not get an exact address until Wogu showed up at the hospital.

Cummisky and Varnell both live at the home at in the 3800 block of Xyler.

Police say Cummisky and Varnell told them that Wogu was shot at a different location and that Cummisky picked him up and brought him back to the house to help him.

Officers said evidence at the scene shows that Wogu was shot at the house on Xyler and that they could tell someone had tried to clean up the evidence.

Police named Cummisky as the suspected shooter and Varnell as an accessory.

Police say they believe another person may have been at the house at the time and are asking for anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-2677.

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