Police: One Victim Of South Tulsa Triple Shooting Dead, Two Suspects Arrested
TULSA, Oklahoma - Authorities have made two arrests in a shooting that killed one woman and wounded two other people.
Police said Everett Adkins, Makala White and Shametra Fields were found shot near 63rd and Peoria Monday morning.
Tuesday night, Police said Shametra Fields, 25, died at St. John Hospital.
News On 6 was there when officers arrested Everett Monte Wilson, 21, as he was driving on the IDL at about 11:40 a.m. Tuesday.
Tuesday afternoon, police arrested the second suspect, Ronnie Barnett Jones, 22, after he was observed leaving an apartment near 61st and Lewis.
Wilson and Jones were both booked into a Tulsa County jail on complaints of shooting with intent to kill and first degree robbery Tuesday. Wednesday, after Fields died Tuesday night, a complaint of first degree murder was added for both.
Witness statements in the arrest reports indicate Jones was the shooter.
According to the arrest reports, Wilson told police he was forced at gunpoint by Jones to participate in the incident.
Police said Wilson and Jones entered the apartment, where two of the victims were inside. They said Wilson came in wearing a mask and went to the back of the apartment, while Jones confronted and shot one of the three victims with a .45 caliber handgun.
The report said one of the two women was simply walking down the street near the apartment, when she was shot.
Police said a victim identified the two men, and also told police that Wilson was in his apartment a short time before the shooting and that Wilson saw him counting a large sum of money.
According to the arrest reports, a witness told police that one of the victims claimed $6,000 and some drugs were stolen during the incident.
During an interview with police, Jones denied having any involvement in the incident.
Adkins, 22 and White, 25, remain hospitalized.