TULSA - It’s been nearly a year since two men went on a shooting spree that left three dead and two injured.
William Allen, Bobby Clark and Dannaer Fields were shot and killed by Alvin Watts and Jacob England, prosecutors say. David Hall and Deon Tucker were also injured in the shooting spree.
On Saturday, the Tulsa community came together to remember those lost at a memorial service held at Greater Union Baptist Church.
"We're trying to realize that we're one people, and that we're affected by this all. All of us are. Not just one group, one section of the city," said Pastor Warren Blankney, Sr.
Commemorators also marched to where Allen was found fatally shot. There, they held a candle light vigil.
England and Watts were arrested two days later for the shootings. They are currently facing murder and hate crimes charges.
Both men are scheduled to appear in court April 23.
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