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June 22, 2015 -- A Tulsa man was shot dead in his home when he encountered a group of burglars.

Arrested for killing 31-year-old Jacob Shadrick are Jerrick (Rico) Washington, 18, Brandy Jordan, 23, and Xavier Jordan, 22.

The crime was reported June 17, 2015.

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Tulsa Police has issued an arrest warrant for a suspect in connection to the shooting death of a man that took place early Tuesday morning.

Authorities say Jerrick (Rico) Washington, 18, is wanted for the murder and robbery of 31-year-old Jacob Shadrick.

Officials have already interviewed and arrested Brandy Jordan, 23, and Xavier Jordan, 22, on charges for murder in the first degree.

TPD received a call of a break-in at 3711 N Quaker around 2:00 a.m. When officers arrived on scene they found the Shadrick shot dead in an upstairs bedroom.

Police say Shadrick was known to sell marijuana in the complex and believe this is what caused him to become the target of several thefts.

The three suspects intentions were to break-in the apartment and rob the victim.

They attempted to kick-in the back and front door, before breaking out a rear window, gaining access into the apartment.

The victim met the suspects downstairs as they were stealing items from the home, and shot the 31-year-old. He then ran upstairs to his bedroom where he was found dead. The suspects fled the scene.

The investigation has led authorities to believe there are at least four suspects.

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