A Tulsa man was charged Tuesday with the shooting death of a locksmith, back in October.
Police said Sebastian Geiger was killed after unlocking a car door and getting into an argument with the owner of the car about the bill.
Dewayne Fulsom, 22, now facing charges of first degree murder and shooting with intent to kill.
After the argument over the bill for his services, as he was leaving, Geiger pointed a gun at the customer and two other men, and police said Geiger and one of the men exchanged gunfire. Geiger was shot and killed inside his truck. Police said the shooter continued shooting at Geiger's passenger, who got out of the truck and ran away, but the passenger was not hit.
Fulsom was determined to be the shooter, police said, but when they were looking for him in the days after the shooting, he was refusing to come in for questioning.
Jail records show Fulsom has not yet been booked.