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One in custody and one still at large after Tecumseh ambush

TECUMSEH, Okla._One of two suspects wanted in a fatal shooting in Tecumseh is now in custody.

Authorities said Justin Moore was taken into custody Monday night. He is being held in the Pottawatomie County jail on a conspiring to commit murder complaint. His alleged accomplice, Shane Pitts, is still at large. Authorities believe the two men ambushed three people in a car Saturday evening in Tecumseh as they backed out of a driveway when they allegedly shoot the car 12 to 15 times.

The attack killed one woman and injured two other people.

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