UPDATE: Arrests Made in Murder Investigation of Midwest City Marine

Beverly Cantrell - December 22, 2021 10:42 pm

OSBI (December 22, 2021) –

Today agents from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) made four arrests in the murder investigation of Daniel Aaron. Search warrants were served this morning on two residences that resulted in the arrests of Steven Roberts, 55, Virgil Nelson, 67, Larry Ramirez, 51, and Conner Buntz, 33. Roberts and Nelson were arrested for Murder in the First Degree. Ramirez and Buntz were arrested for Accessory After the Fact. All four are members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club.

Aaron, 33, was riding his motorcycle in the area of Highway 62 and 3300 Road near Harrah on September 12, 2021. He was shot while traveling east on Highway 62. Aaron was transported to the hospital in Midwest City where he died.

OSBI Agents Asking Public's Help In Solving MWC Man's Shooting Death

Marine Daniel Aaron

Roberts was arrested during a traffic stop in Moore. Nelson was arrested during a traffic stop in Oklahoma City. Buntz and Ramirez were arrested at Buntz’s residence in Choctaw. All four were taken into custody without incident and transported to the Lincoln County Jail.

Multiple agencies assisted with this investigation including the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Moore Police Department, Oklahoma City Police Department, District 21 Task Force, Attorney General’s Office, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the ATF.

Steven Roberts                                                            Conner Buntz

Larry Ramirez                                                            Virgil Nelson




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