TULSA - Police arrested one of Tulsa's most wanted suspects Friday night.
Cedric Wilson, 25, is being held on charges relating to the July 31 home invasion of Rev. Kenneth Brooks, former pastor at City of Refuge International Ministries.
Brooks was shot in the chest around 2 a.m. after a group of masked men kicked in his front door.
According to Wilson's booking report, he was arrested Friday around 7:30 p.m. in the 4600 block of E. 76th St.
Wilson was wanted for robbery with a firearm, first-degree burglary, multiple failure to appear felony warrants and multiple outstanding misdemeanor warrants.
Terrell Cooper, 27, Markedrick Wilson, 26, Joeiune Nelson, 21 and 20-year-old Rondale Boyd have also been named suspects in the shooting and are in custody.
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