Family Of Woman Killed At Tulsa Park Seeking Answers
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa homicide detectives need information to find out who murdered a man and woman in a city park Tuesday.
They believe the victims set up a meeting that went bad.
Friends of one of the victims, Meesha Jones, have been leaving flowers and teddy bears at the park where she was killed. They're in shock the mother of three was taken so young.
Jones’ family said she was a good mother who loved her kids, loved to cook and had a big heart.
"She was a real nice person. She would do anything for anybody," said Jones’ mother, Juanita Ayers.
Jones grew up in Tulsa. Her family said she was outgoing and always stood up for others.
Ayers said she talked to her daughter the day she killed and said she.
But when they talked two days earlier, Ayers said her daughter seemed to sense something bad was coming.
"If anything ever happens to me, my children will be alright. Everything is going to come together the way I want and I'll be at rest," Ayers said.
Two days later, Jones and Markey Goff were shot and killed at Chamberlain Park.
Jones’ two sons were with her, but not hurt - a jogger came upon her older son, hours later.
Her family is angry she was taken so soon, but, more than anything, they want answers and are asking anyone who knows anything about her murder to come forward.