A white supremacist gang in Oklahoma killed one of his own men because he destroyed an air conditioning unit during a fight with his girlfriend, who is also a member of the Universal Aryan Brotherhood.
Jared Langworthy, 23, member of the gang who was based in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in 1993 – was severely beaten, shot and left for dead.
He died the following day on December 6, and from last week the police had arrested six of the seven people associated with the killing.
After his silver SUV was caught leaving the scene, Cody Lee Fulmer, 31, admitted that he bashed Langworth.
Jared Langworthy, 23, member of the gang who was based in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in 1993 – was severely beaten, shot and left for dead
His mother thinks it was because he had torn an AC unit during a fight with his colleague Universal Aryan Brotherhood gang friend girlfriend Destiny Rae Asher (left)
From left to right; Cody Lee Fulmer, Taylor Michelle Harper, Destiny Rae Asher, Billy Shawn Griffith, Tyler ‘100’ Coyle and Jerry ‘One Eye’ Brian Williamson
He said the victim’s girlfriend, Destiny Rae Asher, lived with his family member and that Langworthy was known to damage property if he could not get Asher out.
“Made this [Fulmer] angry because his relative Charlie was extremely old and in a wheelchair and didn’t deserve to happen, “the sworn statement explains.
Langworthy’s girlfriend told fellow gang members where her boyfriend could be found, is in documents.
It goes on that Tyler ‘100’ Coyle, Billy Shawn Griffith, Aaron Mitchell Welch and Jerry ‘One Eye’ Brian Williamson went after Langworthy with a club and drove him to Coyle’s house.
There, Coyle’s girlfriend Taylor Michelle Harper heated a metal object in the living fire and Williamson picked up the victim by the neck and burned his “SS” lightning bolt shoulder tattoo. The patch is a symbol of the gang, modeled on the Aryan brotherhood formed in California in prisons in the 1960s.
Fulmer told the police that they threw him into a pond and then brought him to another house. Langworthy was left there for death in a ditch.
A gang member said Langworthy was not afraid of his life and after being warned, the group was after him.
It is said that he told the person: “I am Hollywood, I am not running away from s ** t.” One of his last expressions was: “Why? Am I dying? “
However, Fulmer denies the use of a weapon when he struck him and says he did not leave Langworthy for death, a statement filed with the Tulsa County State Court.
TCSO located and arrested 39-year-old Billy Shawn Griffith in January (left). Jerry Brian Williamson, 49, who goes ‘one eye’ was arrested last week (right)
In early January, TCSO arrested Tyler Brett Coyle, Taylor Michelle Harper and Destiny Rae Asher for the murder. They are charged in the 1st degree and are also confronted with a variety of additional charges for gang-related offenses, mutilation and conspiracy to commit a crime.
Creek County Sheriff’s Office and the Creek County DA Task Force
Billy Shawn Griffith, 39, was the fifth suspect who was arrested and
Jerry Brian Williamson, 49, who goes through ‘one eye’, was arrested last week after delegates from the THA Community Enhancement Unit of TCSO received information that a wanted subject might have been in an apartment at 1504 West 59th place.
Aaron Mitchell Welch, 36, is still free.
Langworth’s mother Toni believes her son was murdered because he tore the AC unit.
A friend thinks, however, that the murder was ordered from the prison where the Universal Aryan Brotherhood (UAB) reportedly runs a racketeering company.
Another gang member is still on the run. Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Aaron Mitchell Welch, 36, is asked to call 918-596-5601
The ‘whites only’ prison-based gang – calling female members ‘spring trees’ – have committed acts of murder, kidnapping, methamphetamine and firearms trafficking, money laundering, assault and theft.
They used contraband mobile phones to work and use ‘hatred, fear, misery and violence’ to work according to racketeering costs last February.
Major players allegedly involved in UAB operations are six prisoners in the Oklahoma State Prison in McAlester.
Mathew D. Abrego, 33; Christopher K. Baldwin, 39; Jeremy C. Anderson, 31; Johnny R. Jameson, 36; Robert W. Zeidler, 45; and James C. Taylor, 52, were some of the people who used social media and “kites” to perform operations for which 18 people were responsible for last February.
A friend thinks the murder was ordered from the prison where the Universal Aryan Brotherhood (UAB) reportedly runs a racketeering company. Oklahoma State Reformatory is shown
UAB members and partners allegedly participated in an important and widespread distribution system for methamphetamine and found hundreds of thousands of dollars laundering in illegal proceeds from cash transfers, stored value cards, PayPal and Walmart money transfers, IRS Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI).
An indictment of a year ago claims to have killed people on the orders of the Main Council, the highest governing body of the UAB.
The Reformed prisoner Donald Jones in Oklahoma was stabbed to death in 2005 in retaliation against African American prisoners. UAB also ordered the killings of Blake Ford and James Mask.
Student from the University of Tulsa, Sufeng He, 24, was shot dead on May 31, 2011 during an attempt at carjacking when a UAB member fled police officers.
Jason Harris was murdered during a kidnapping and robbery in 2017.
The Ministry of Justice states that the gang has used abduction as a way to “enforce discipline, reclaim drugs and other debts, and ensure that individuals do not cooperate in law enforcement.”
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Aaron Mitchell Welch, 36, is asked to call 918-596-5601.