SKIATOOK, Okla. - Two suspects have been taken into custody in relation to a fatal Skiatook home invasion, officers said Monday.
Aaron King and Amanda Auten were arrested Monday for the murder and home invasion of 83-year-old Ken Cooper last Wednesday morning.
Cooper sustained a gunshot wound to the chest after the pair allegedly broke into his North Buffalo home around 2:15 a.m. Wednesday. He was able to call 911 for help and was at one time expected to survive following surgery, but succumbed to his injuries Saturday night.
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Skiatook officers, in conjunction with divers from the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, dredged a pond just 200 yards away from Cooper's home Monday afternoon in hopes of finding evidence related to the case. Authorities, who ended the search for the night just before 7 p.m., said a tip led them to the pond.
Crews plan to return to the scene Tuesday.
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