Court documents charging an Enid man as an accessory after the
fact in an Oklahoma City murder, identify another man believed to be
responsible for the last murder in Enid.
In addition, documents show the man claiming credit for the Enid killing
said he “shot the wrong person.”
Ivan Alexander Williamson, 21, was charged last week in Garfield County
District Court with accessory after the fact, which is punishable by five to
45 years in prison, in connection with an October murder in Oklahoma City,
On Dec. 22, Enid Police Department received a 911 call at about 2:18 a.m. of
an unresponsive man in a house in the 300 block of East Columbia.
Twenty-four-year-old Heath Crites was found shot multiple times and lying in
the living room of the residence, located east of Enid Cemetery and south of
the Garfield County Fairgrounds.
EPD Capt. Jack Morris said the murder remains under investigation. No
arrests have been made in connection to the Enid murder.
“At this point, we are looking at a person of interest,” he said. “The
investigation is ongoing, and we are waiting on search warrants to be
executed and other information to be obtained.”
According to an affidavit filed in the case against Williamson, Oklahoma
City Police Department detectives were investigating an Oct. 20, 2012,
murder in which someone was shot with a Taurus .45-caliber handgun. During
their investigation, they learned Ronnie Fuston was their suspect. A warrant
was issued and he was arrested Jan. 9 in Oklahoma City.
In Oklahoma County, Fuston was charged Jan. 17 with first-degree murder for
the death of Michael Donnell Rhodes, 42.
Fuston was arrested in connection with the Oct. 20, 2012, shooting death of
Rhodes in northwest Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Police Department Capt.
Dexter Nelson said. Officers found Rhodes’ body at the 9400 block of Eagle
Hill Drive about 11:50 p.m. inside the residence.