TULSA - Four people are in custody in connection with a deadly shooting that occurred Monday night in north Tulsa.
Authorities say 19-year-old Dujuan Wilson was shot in the upper torso just before 9 p.m. Monday at a home near East Young and North Boston. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
According to a police report, Dijion Mastin, 18, turned himself in to police Tuesday and stated he "accidently shot" Wilson in the living room of the home.
Several people were inside the house when Wilson was shot. Officers found a .45 caliber casing while searching the home, according the the police report, but no firearm.
Detectives spent the night interviewing witnesses, one of whom told police four men were inside the home when the shooting occurred and no one else was seen entering or leaving the residence.
Three of the men were still at the residence when police arrived.
Deandre Overstreet, Christopher Williams and Ronald Tolbert were arrested for accessory to second-degree murder.
According to the police report, neither Overstreet, Williams nor Tolbert were forthcoming with police about the fourth man, Mastin, being present during the shooting, nor would they provide information about the shooting.
Tulsa police Sgt. Dave Walker said Mastin has been arrested for second-degree murder.
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