2 Suspects Arrested In Deadly Home Invasion In NW OKC
Police have arrested two suspects believed to be involved in a deadly home invasion in northwest Oklahoma City.
Officers responded just after 10:30 p.m. December 18 to a home invasion call with shots fired in the 2400 block of Northwest 198th Street.
Court documents reveal that this was not a random break in. The two suspects were out for drugs, and knew where to look.
According to police, the victim identified as 25-year-old Rudolpho James was home when the two suspects, now identified as 28-year-old Quaysean Williams and Khala Lewis, kicked in the door and attempted to rob James.
James' girlfriend told police Williams demanded money three times before shooting and killing him. Court documents said Williams knew where James' kept marijuana that he sold, and he stole it.
Williams had bailed out of the Oklahoma County Jail for felony possession of a fire arm and drug possession. Police said he is a known gang member and in October he had a 9 mm Uzi style pistol, and 53 rounds of ammunition during a traffic stop.
Authorities said Williams has been convicted of possession of a fire arm, drug possession, drug possession near a school, armed robbery and has escaped from law enforcement.
Despite all of his convictions, Williams was able to bail out of the Oklahoma County Jail on $30 thousand bond before killing James.
Williams partner, Lewis was the only person who knew where James kept his marijuana, according to authorities.
Police said a woman and young child were also at the home but were uninjured.
Authorities arrested both Williams and Lewis on murder and robbery charges without bond.