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Third Suspect Caught In Homicide Of Shooting Victim In Pott County

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Investigators are also looking for a third suspect, 28-year-old Bradley Austin Keith. Investigators are also looking for a third suspect, 28-year-old Bradley Austin Keith.
POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Oklahoma -

U.S. Marshals captured a third suspect wanted in the death of a Norman man who crashed his van after being shot in Pottawatomie County.

Bradley Austin Keith, 28, was caught in Oklahoma City late Tuesday afternoon. The Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office confirmed Tuesday it had arrested two other men also suspected in the crime.

Tuesday, deputies arrested Michael Choate and James South in connection with 52-year-old Albert Rider's murder.

Rider crashed his van through a gate and drove up to a house Monday. Rider told the homeowner someone had broken into his house and he'd been shot. The homeowner called 911.

Rider was rushed to a hospital in Oklahoma City where he died.

10/8/2012 Related Story: Norman Man Crashes Van In Pottawatomie County After Being Shot

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