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Girlfriend Of Victim In Deadly Norman Home Invasion Arrested

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Diane Paige St. Clair was taken into custody on Friday, according to the Norman Police Department. Diane Paige St. Clair was taken into custody on Friday, according to the Norman Police Department.
On Friday, March 28, police took four suspects into custody, Rusty Wooten, Isaiah Walker, Jason Harris, and Michael Wayne Tubby. On Friday, March 28, police took four suspects into custody, Rusty Wooten, Isaiah Walker, Jason Harris, and Michael Wayne Tubby.
On Wednesday, April 2, Norman Police and the US Marshall's Fugitive Task Force arrested two more suspects, 29-year-old Gary Harris and 45-year-old Montie Jones. On Wednesday, April 2, Norman Police and the US Marshall's Fugitive Task Force arrested two more suspects, 29-year-old Gary Harris and 45-year-old Montie Jones.
Justin Barnard was shot in the face and killed after a group of men busted into his grandmother's home on March 27. Justin Barnard was shot in the face and killed after a group of men busted into his grandmother's home on March 27.
NORMAN, Oklahoma -

The girlfriend of the victim in the deadly Norman home invasion has been arrested, charged with first-degree murder. 

Diane Paige St. Clair, 27, was taken into custody around 11 a.m. on Thursday, according to the Norman Police Department.

Justin Barnard was shot in the face and killed after a group of men busted into his grandmother's home on March 27.

On Friday, March 28, police took four suspects into custody, Rusty Wooten, Isaiah Walker, Jason Harris, and Michael Wayne Tubby. And on Wednesday, April 2, Norman Police and the US Marshall's Fugitive Task Force arrested two more suspects, 29-year-old Gary Harris and 45-year-old Montie Jones.

The total number of arrests in this case now stands at seven and all are facing charges of first-degree murder and burglary.

St. Clair was booked into the Cleveland County Justice Center on count s of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary, first-degree robbery and conspiracy.

The investigation is still active.

4/3/2014 Related Story: Norman Police Arrest Two More Suspects In Deadly Home Invasion

3/28/2014 Related Story: Suspects Captured, Victim Identified In Deadly Norman Home Invasion

3/27/2014 Related Story: Norman Man Dies After Being Shot During Home Invasion

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