The murder trial for one of the Tulsa Police Department's most wanted suspects is underway. Prosecutors called their first witness in the case against Ashley Good.
Good is charged with murder for the shooting death of Jade Jones in June 2017.
One witness testified they saw Good and Jones get into a fight the day of the shooting at Jones’ home. They said during the fight Jones threw the first punch. The witness testified Good then pulled out a handgun and shot Jones.
Police arrested Good 10 days after the murder after investigators said they got a tip about her whereabouts.
Officers said Good had a gun and bulletproof vest with her when she was arrested.
Good's attorneys said Jones’ death was self-defense.
The jury is expected to hear from the medical examiner Wednesday.