A third suspect connected to a February home invasion that left another suspect dead was captured Thursday night at a Shawnee motel, according to the Cleveland County Sheriff's office.
Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office detectives received information Thursday afternoon that Xavier Deshon Hollins, 17, was possibly in the Shawnee area. Investigators confirmed his whereabouts and obtained an arrest warrant.
The United States Marshal’s Metro Fugitive Task apprehended Hollins about 6 p.m. Thursday. Deputies booked Hollins in the Cleveland County Detention Center (CCDC) on complaints of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary and using offensive weapon in felony, according to the Sheriff's office.
As of Thursday, three people, including two juveniles, have been arrested on complaints relating to the home invasion that happened February 13, in the 1000 block of 192nd Ave NE. When officers arrived at the scene that night, they learned the crime was committed by multiple suspects including Derek Seth Stewart, 18, of McAlester. Stewart was killed during the incident.
CCSO detectives with the assistance of the United States Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force and Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Team arrested Nicholas Bennett Adkins, 18, and Bryn Robert Deere, 17, Wednesday. Adkins was apprehended at a Shawnee residence and Deere was captured at a Tecumseh home.
Both were booked in CCDC Thursday morning on complaints of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary, using offensive weapon in felony and discharging firearm into dwelling, according to the Sheriff's office.
Investigators served search warrants at homes in Shawnee and Tecumseh Wednesday night and recovered evidence linked to the home invasion. Detectives said Friday morning that the investigation continues and more arrests are possible.
Investigators urge anyone who has information about the crime to call the CCSO tip line at (405) 701-8870, Crime Stoppers at (405) 701-8872, or people may send anonymous tips using the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office mobile app. Callers may remain anonymous.