Oklahoma County sheriff's deputies arrested a third suspect Friday in a September homicide case.
Edward Dontrel Wilson, 21, was arrested on a murder complaint in the death of Tiyrell Lomach, 30. Wilson is being held without bail at the Oklahoma County jail.
Oklahoma City police responded to a report of shots fired and a home invasion at 1133 SW 32 and found Lomach with several gunshot wounds Sept. 16. He was taken to a hospital where he died.
Police investigating the homicide arrested Cienna Doddles, 15, on Sept. 24 and Erica Bonner, 20, on Oct. 30. At the time, police said they were looking for six people, three males and three females, who fled Lomach's home during the shooting.
Doddles pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Jan. 10. Bonner is scheduled to appear in court on April 2 for a preliminary hearing.
Doddles told police she was recruited by Bonner to go to the house to make a purchase of cocaine so she could see where the cocaine and the money were kept.
She told police she went along with the robbery because she was told no one would be hurt, according to the sheriff's warrant.
An unarmed black man came to the house with Bonner and two other black men entered the house with a shotgun and a revolver, according to the warrant.
Lomach struggled with the men and was shot, according to the warrant.