OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma City police say one of two people
wanted in connection with a deadly weekend shooting is in custody
while the second remains at large.
Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow says 26-year-old Alisha Farmer was arrested early Monday on first-degree murder and robbery complaints after surrendering at police headquarters.
Farmer and 38-year-old James Greer are suspected in the Saturday night shooting death of 28-year-old Marcus Goodlow at the home where the three lived in northeast Oklahoma City.
Greer is not in custody and is wanted for first-degree murder.
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