(Reuters) - Two white men accused of shooting five black people in Tulsa, Oklahoma, killing three of them, have confessed to authorities, media reports said on Monday, citing police and court documents. Jake England, 19, has admitted to police that he shot three of the victims and Alvin Watts, 33, has said that he shot two others, a Tulsa police spokesman told the New York Times.
Two white men suspected in a spate of shootings in predominantly black Tulsa, Oklahoma, neighborhood were ordered held Monday on more than $9 million bail each. The bail ruling came as Jake England, 19, and Alvin Watts, 33, made the... Read Post
The suspects in the shootings of five African-Americans in Tulsa, Oklahoma, confessed shortly after their arrest, according to police documents. Jake England told investigators he shot three of the five victims, while Alvin Watts to... Read Post