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Tulsa's Most Wanted a suspect in March triple shooting that killed 18-year-old

Jordan Miller, 20, is wanted out of Tulsa County for first-degree murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm while on probation. (TPD)

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- Tulsa's most wanted suspect this week is a man wanted in connection with a triple shooting earlier this year that left an 18-year-old dead.

Jordan Miller, 20, is wanted out of Tulsa County for first-degree murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm while on probation.

According to court documents, Miller is suspected of opening fire inside a north Tulsa club March 12. Three people were shot and one of the victims, Jamarko Ward, died days later from multiple gunshot wounds.

Witnesses told investigators there was only one shooter. Initially, an arrest warrant was issued for a different man, Damion Cooper, who turned himself in to authorities.

A witness later told police they were at a home with Miller, who saw Cooper on the news and said he (Miller) shot Ward. Cooper's charges were later dismissed.

In June, police arrested Miller on an unrelated weapons charge. During an interview with detectives, Miller admitted to being at the club when the shooting occurred but denied being the shooter. According to court documents, Miller told investigators "there is money on his head," because people believed he killed Ward.

The next month, a second witness told police the shooting was in reference to a burglary committed by Ward and the victim was an associate of Miller's. The witness said Ward and Miller exchanged words at the club, Ward hit Miller in the face with a bottle and Miller pulled a gun and shot Ward.

According to court documents, the witness did not know Miller's name but identified him from a photo lineup.

Miller is described as a black male with black hair and brown eyes, about 6 feet tall and 140 pounds.

Anyone with information on Miller's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS or email crimestoppers@cityoftulsa.org.

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