Community Meeting And Prayer Vigil Held After Muskogee Mall Shooting
MUSKOGEE, OK -- The Muskogee community came together for a meeting and prayer vigil Tuesday night in the wake of Saturday's deadly mall shooting.
Police officers, as well as speakers from the Muskogee County District Attorney's office, were on hand to discuss the investigation and take questions and suggestions.
Many residents say there needs to be more discipline and more activities for Muskogee's youth.
Macedonia Baptist Church Pastor Larry Smith says a group of some 30 Muskogee area ministers have been working with Muskogee Police and the Muskogee County Sheriff's Office to deal with the fallout from Saturday's shooting and with the community's gang problem.
Smith says there is a real need to get residents to get involved talking with law enforcement and the so called gangs over this issue.
Seventeen-year-old Jarrod Reed was killed during the incident at the Arrowhead Mall.
On Tuesday, Muskogee Police released the names of those arrested in connection with Saturday's shooting:
- Anton Nelson, 17, arrested on a complaint of accessory to murder and five counts of shooting with intent to kill.
- Dondray Fowler, 19, was arrested on a complaint of accessory to murder and five counts of shooting with intent to kill.
- Michael Mayberry, 16, was arrested on a first-degree murder charges, five counts of shooting with intent to kill, and a warrant for assault with a deadly weapon.
- Tenesha Nunley, 25, was arrested on a harboring a fugitive.
- Augusta Parker, 24, was arrested on a harboring a fugitive.
- Daniel Jermaine Anderson, 20, was arrested on warrants for conspiracy to use vehicle in discharge of firearm, use of vehicle in discharge of a weapon, conspiracy to commit assault with a deadly weapon and assault with a deadly weapon.
Muskogee Police say their investigation into the shooting continues and other arrests may occur.