TULSA - The fourth suspect of Tulsa's first murder of the year has been arrested.
Eighteen-year-old Sean Collins was booked into jail Monday and was one of four men involved in the murder of Ronnie Stanley near 18th and St. Louis Friday, according to his arrest report.
The other three suspects -- Jamal Dante Long, 19, Warren Dixon, 29, and 21-year-old Deonta Dixon -- were arrested shortly after the shooting.
Police documents state one of the suspects told investigators the four men drove up to Stanley's home in a stolen minivan and that two of the men -- Sean Collins and Warren Dixon -- walked up to Stanley and "fired numerous shots."
Stanley, who suffered bullet wounds to the head and leg, died at a local hospital.
Collins then reportedly fled on foot while the other three suspects drove away.
Once arrested, Collins admitted he had been in the van that day and had run.
Collins faces a charge of first-degree murder, among several other counts. He's due in court Jan. 9.
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