A man wanted for a murder in Tulsa has been arrested in Springfield.
U.S. Marshals arrested Nicholas Gibson Wednesday afternoon near Battlefield and Highway 65 in Springfield.
Gibson and Ruth Blair are suspects in the murder of a man back in July.
Blair was arrested Tuesday at a house on Hillcrest.
Police in Tulsa say Gibson, Blair, and another woman set the murdered man up on a date, then robbed and killed him.
Springfield police have entered the second day of searching for one of two suspects wanted for a homicide in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Nicholas Gibson is considered armed and dangerous.
Police say he was last seen in the area of Chestnut and Hillcrest in Springfield, wearing black pants and a black t-shirt.
He is a white male, 5’6” tall and 165 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair, which is gray on the sides. Gibson also has a mustache and has shaved his goatee. Police say the suspect recently injured his left leg and may walk with a limp.
If you see him, police warn not to approach him and immediately call 911.
The search began on Tuesday, when Springfield police were helping US Marshals locate the suspects who were thought to be at a house in the 2600 block of West Chestnut Street.
When authorities searched the home, the suspects were not found.
Officers then received new information that the suspects were at 700 N. Hillcrest. When police arrived, they arrested one of the wanted suspects identified as Ruth Blair, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The second suspect, Nicholas Gibson, was not apprehended.