Sapulpa Double Murder Suspect Enters 'Not Guilty' Plea
SAPULPA, Oklahoma - The man accused of killing a Sapulpa convenience store owner and customer last month told a judge Tuesday morning he's "not guilty" during a court appearance.
Heath Haney, 37, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and first-degree robbery.
Haney is being held in the Creek County jail without bond since his arrest in Delaware County.
Prosecutors accuse of Heath Haney with shooting and killing Gas And Shop store owner Mohid Khandker, 46, and customer Bob Fields, 40, during an armed robbery on January 22nd.
Khandker leaves behind a wife and two children, 10 and 15 years old, and Fields leaves behind two teenage sons.
Fields and his girlfriend had been dating for around a decade at the time of his murder.
News On 6 has spoken to family and friends of both men, and they're described as kind, generous, selfless people.
Heath Haney's next court appearance is set for February 15th.