Tulsa Police have arrested a suspect in the murder of an elderly woman on Wednesday.
19-year old Tyrone Woodfork was arrested Thursday evening after police served search warrants and recovered evidence at several locations.
Court records show he faces charges of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary, assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of robbery with a firearm.
He's jailed without bond.
Woodfork was one of four people found in or around a car which had been reported stolen from the home of the victims, 90-year old Bob Strait and his wife 85-year old Nancy Strait.
They were brutally beaten in a home invasion some time Wednesday morning.
Relatives discovered the bloody scene in the 3300 block of East Virgin Street about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Police say Nancy Strait died Thursday evening at St. John Medical Center.
Tulsa Police Officer Leland Ashley says a citizen spotted the car about 1:30 p.m. Thursday near East 4th Street and South Yale Avenue.
The man followed the car, phoning police to report its location.
Woodfork, two other men and a woman were detained for questioning.
Tulsa Police Detective Dave Walker tells KRMG the other three people were not charged in the Strait case.
The car eventually drove to a duplex in the 5700 block of East Easton Street where police took three men and a woman into custody, including Woodfork.
Bob Strait remains hospitalized in critical condition.