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Killing Suspect Surrenders, But Others Sought

Victim, Others Attacked As House Exited

One of four men police were seeking in connection with a fatal shooting surrendered to police last week, but three other suspects are still at-large, police said. Christopher Stubbs, 20, turned himself in and was arrested by Oklahoma City police shortly after an arrest warrant was issued for him in connection with the death of Cameron Polk.

Warrants also were issued for Gerald Cole, 25; Mark Finley, 22; and Daniel Roberts, 24, in the deadly shooting that occurred in northwest Oklahoma City on Aug. 2. Mr. Polk, 21, was fatally shot about 3:30 a.m. that Saturday in northwest Oklahoma City.

Four friends, including Mr. Polk, were leaving a house at 4112 NW 21st Terr. when Mr. Stubbs, Mr. Cole, Mr. Finley and Mr. Roberts attacked them, according to court records. All four men had guns, the documents said.

One of the four men leaving the house told police he was trying to prevent Mr. Stubbs from firing his gun when he heard several shots.

The man, not identified in court documents, told police he went to the ground and remained still, pretending he was injured.

He stayed there until he thought the man left the house and then went inside.

Inside, he saw Mr. Stubbs standing over Mr. Polk’s body and going through his pockets, court records say, adding that when Mr. Stubbs left, the witness went to check on Mr. Polk, who was bleeding and did not appear to be breathing, according to court documents.

Mr. Stubbs was booked into Oklahoma County Jail on complaints of murder and burglary. He remained there Thursday without bail.

Police are still seeking Mr. Cole, Mr. Finley and Mr. Roberts, Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow, a police department spokesman, said.