Woman Wanted In Fatal Tulsa Shooting Believed Armed And Dangerous
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa homicide detectives have been looking for Ashley Good since a June 11th murder.
She’s on the run and police believe she’s armed and dangerous.
Detectives say Good has Irish Mob gang ties and is on a suspended sentence for being in a stolen vehicle with a sawed-off shotgun.
Police want to talk to her about the death of Jade Jones from June 11th. Jones was shot to death inside a home on North Delaware.
Detectives say they knew who Good was and suspected her of shooting into some homes but had never hit anyone before.
They say she's advanced from petty crimes to the bigger ones quickly.
She was arrested in 2014 in Tulsa County for misdemeanor larceny and drugs and ended up with a 30-day suspended sentence.
Then, she got a three-year deferred sentence for a stolen car, a felony, followed by a misdemeanor assault and a 90-day suspended sentence, then another felony of joyriding, but only got 30 days.
Then, earlier this year, in Wagoner County, she was charged with a stolen car, having a sawed-off shotgun and transporting a loaded weapon in a vehicle, but still got no prison time, just another suspended sentence of four years.
A few months ago, police say Good was inside a home where they served a search warrant. They were there to arrest a man for shooting with intent to kill in a separate case, and while there found a grenade.
Now, police believe Good has graduated to violence - they say they need to talk to her about the murder and urge her to turn herself in.
They also warn anybody caught helping her in any way could be arrested.