TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- A Tulsa man suspected of killing five people during a three-month crime spree is now formally charged with first-degree murder in four of the cases.
Tulsa County prosecutors charged 19-year-old Joshua Anderson with murder in the deaths of Evaristo Tovias Jr.; Christopher Moderow; Rose Mary Hobbs; and Herbert Hobbs.
Anderson is also a suspect in the death of David Gilbert and prosecutors say more charges are pending.
Tulsa Police say the killings occurred near Anderson's home east of downtown Tulsa and the motives are believed to be either revenge or robbery.
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