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Police: Two Arrested In Norman Man's Shooting Death

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Patrick Burton, 51, died from a single gunshot wound to the shoulder. Firefighters found his body Wednesday after putting out a fire at 619 Villa Drive. Patrick Burton, 51, died from a single gunshot wound to the shoulder. Firefighters found his body Wednesday after putting out a fire at 619 Villa Drive.
Norman police released surveillance photos of the persons of interest. Norman police released surveillance photos of the persons of interest.
Christopher Cody King Christopher Cody King
Mary Courtney Cheyenne York Mary Courtney Cheyenne York
NORMAN, Oklahoma -

Police have arrested two people Saturday morning in connection with the shooting death of a Norman man.

Patrick Burton, 51, died from a single gunshot wound to the shoulder. Firefighters found his body Wednesday after putting out a fire at 619 Villa Drive.

Police say they have identified and located all four persons of interest in the case. Three men and a woman attempted to use Burton's credit cards around 6 a.m. that same day at a business in the Norman area.

2/15/2013 Related Story: Norman Police Release Photos Of Persons Of Interest In Homicide

Two of the four persons of interest, 24-year-old Christopher Cody King and 19-year-old Mary Courtney Cheyenne York, were booked into the county jail Saturday morning.

King will be charged with first degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, larceny of an automobile, and knowingly concealing stolen property. York will be charged with robbery, and knowingly concealing stolen Property.

Investigators have also recovered Patrick Burton's truck. They say someone drove it away from his burning home.

2/14/2013 Related Story: 'Suspicious Death' In Norman Ruled Homicide

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