Tulsa Murder Suspect Spotted At Gas Station, Arrested
TULSA, Oklahoma - While investigating one homicide, Tulsa police arrested a man in connection to another murder. Deandre Armon Williams was taken into custody Tuesday at a gas station at Pine and Peoria, according to Tulsa Homicide Sergeant Dave Walker.
Police were at the Towne Square Apartments investigating a body found by Booker T. Washington students when they spotted Williams.
He was wanted in the death of Jeromy Ingram who was shot in a van outside a Tulsa hotel in December 2015. Police are still looking for suspect Tisha Young, also known as Tisha Cole and Violet Cole, in the murder.
Williams is in the Tulsa County Jail on charges of first-degree murder, robbery with a firearm, unauthorized use of a debit card and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.
It's not the first time Williams has been arrested for murder. He was one of Tulsa's Most Wanted in the death of Bryron Ivory, a Tulsa student who was killed in a robbery in downtown Tulsa in February 2012.
Williams was convicted in late 2014 of being an accessory after the fact in Ivory's murder. He received a suspended sentence in that crime, according to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
Deandrew Bethel was convicted of Ivory's death.