TULSA - Two of the suspects in last month's fatal shooting at a Tulsa Best Buy have been formally charged with murder.
Willie Wise and Jeremy Foster are both charged with two counts of first-degree murder.
Police say Wise shot and killed two people at the midtown store July 14.
Authorities say 34-year-old Scott Norman, a known gang member, was the target of the shooting.
Police say surveillance video showed Wise approaching Norman outside the store. Wise allegedly fired a number of shots, which several callers estimated to be around seven or eight.
Norman and an innocent bystander were both shot. They died after being transported to a nearby hospital.
Investigators say Foster was in the car while the shootings occurred.
A third suspect, 30-year-old Shania Craven, faces two charges of accessory to first-degree murder. Police say she was driving the car used in the shootings when it was recovered by police.
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