Tulsa murder suspect faces new charges
Wednesday, October 1st 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
The News on 6 has learned a teenager accused of murdering a Tulsa convenience store clerk faces new charges.
17-year-old Darrell Miller is now accused in two others robberies where the clerks were shot "after" handing over the money. Prosecutors have already charged Miller with the robbery and murder of Paul Silkey, and the robbery and shooting of a store clerk in west Tulsa.
Now, Tulsa Police say Miller also robbed a Priscilla's store on East 11th Street in June. They say he shot the clerk in the neck, even though she handed over the money. They say he also robbed the Corner Stop store at 4th and Sheridan two weeks later, and shot that clerk in the chest and shoulder, after getting the money.
Both of those clerks survived.