TULSA — According to Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, deputies have solved a homicide that occurred last week.
On Thurs. Dec. 5, deputies responded to a call and found there was no victim or suspect when they arrived on the scene, deputies say.
Upon canvasing the area, deputies spoke with 31-year-old Cody Fulmer and interviewed him.
The next day, on Dec. 6, EMSA responded to a call about a victim that had been assaulted in the same area of East 60th Street North and North Madison Avenue, deputies say.
Deputies say the victim, 23-year-old Jared Langworthy, was transported to the hospital in critical condition.
Based on information gained the night before, deputies sought to speak with Fulmer as a possible person of interest.
Deputies from Creek County and TCSO detectives were able to apprehend Fulmer and brought him in for questioning.
When interviewed, Fulmer confessed to the assault on Langworthy. Fulmer was then arrested on the charge of assault with intent to kill, deputies say.
Saturday morning, Langworthy die at the hospital, deputies say.
After Langworthy's death, a first degree murder complaint was added to Fulmer's arrest record.
Deputies say after further investigation they found that both Fulmer and Langworthy were associated with the United Aryan Brotherhood.
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