Four charged, one arrested in metro murder

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- It's been two months since 37-year-old Tuan Lam was shot to death outside his own home, and now four people have been charged in his death.

Mikecala Goosby, Stevequam Orange, David Love IV, and Devon Shaw have been formally charged with first degree murder, and robbery with a firearm.

According to court records, several suspects kicked in Lam's back door in June.

The home is located near N.W. 150th.

Witnesses told police the men were armed, and ordered them to 'lay face down.'

Arrest affidavits explain that Lam was in his garage at the time of the break-in. He was spotted by the suspects after he opened the garage door, with one suspect reportedly yelling out 'there he is.'

Witnesses say they heard several gunshots.

Homicide investigators spoke with one of these witnesses, who claimed a suspect said they went to the home to 'rob the weed man.'

Mikecala Goosby has been arrested, and denied bond. Arrest warrants have been issued for Stevequam Orange, David Love IV, and Devon Shaw.

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