SKIATOOK, Okla. - Divers with the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office are back in Skiatook Tuesday searching a pond for evidence related to a home invasion last week.
Eighty-three-year-old Ken Cooper was shot in the chest at his Skiatook home last Wednesday. He died three days later.
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Two people have been arrested in the case. Amanda Auten and Aaron King are being held in the Osage County Jail on homicide charges. Officials say they're not cooperating with the investigation.
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On Monday, Skiatook police received a tip leading them to the pond, which is about 200 yards from Cooper's home.
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Eight dive team members are expected to spend most of the day dredging the pond for evidence. Detectives haven't said exactly what they're looking for other than it pertains to the case.
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