A man is accused of a deadly shooting and remained on scene to confess, police said.
Last week, the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation announced the arrest of Cody Nichols. He was charged with first-degree manslaughter in connection to the killing of Stephen Moravac, 42.
Around 2:30 a.m. on July 18, police in Roland, Oklahoma, got a 911 call saying a man had been shot on Nichols Street, according to investigators.
When police arrived, they found Nichols who said he shot Moravac.
First responders tried to provide care to the victim, but he was pronounced dead at the hospital, authorities said.
Investigators have not said what led to the shooting or the relationship between the two men.
If convicted, Nichols faces a minimum of four years in prison.
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