Final Suspect Arrested In Logan County Murder Investigation
LOGAN COUNTY, Oklahoma - The eighth and final suspect was arrested in connection with the death of a man whose burned body was found in Logan County.
John Worchester, 39, was arrested around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 1500 block of Douglas Avenue in Oklahoma City.
Right now, Worchester is in the Oklahoma County Jail on a charge of first degree murder in the death of Shawn Masters.
Masters' body was discovered on January 31 by firefighters putting out grassfires near County Road 75 and Hiwassee Road.
Court papers show Brandy Hanson and Angel Munoz were upset at Masters after being arrested for driving a stolen vehicle that Masters reportedly let them borrow.
Munoz became paranoid about Masters and called her boyfriend, Jessie Dalton, who was in prison. He told Munoz he would send someone over to take care of it. That's when Lott and Goodwin arrived and beat Masters.
After they left, Masters was still alive. That's when Munoz and Hanson stabbed Masters to try to kill him.
Munoz's brother, John Worchester helped clean up the blood. Johnny Snow reportedly helped unload the body near Langston and used a lighter to set the body on fire.
The Logan County Sheriff's Office reported the following charges on the other suspects:
Angel Eva Munoz, First Degree Murder, Desecrating a Human Corpse
Jessie James Dalton, First Degree Murder
Twila Wise, Desecrating a Human Corpse
Tyson Keith Lott, First Degree Murder
Quentin Latroy Goodwin, First Degree Murder
Johnny Dean Snow, Desecrating a Human Corpse
Brandy Katheryn Hanson, First Degree Murder, Desecrating a Human Corpse