TULSA - Tulsa police have identified the surviving victims of Friday's north Tulsa shooting spree.
Deon Tucker, 44, and David Hall, 46, were two of five people shot Friday just after 1 a.m., all within a three-mile radius. The other three victims died.
Tucker says he and Hall were standing on the porch when a white pickup truck turned the corner near 51st and North Peoria. The driver of the truck slowed the truck and one of the men asked Tucker for directions.
Tucker replied and turned back to speak with Hall when one of the men in the truck began firing.
Tucker says he heard four shots. One hit Tucker in the arm. Another hit Hall in the stomach.
Tucker took cover behind his pickup.
The other three victims, including 49-year-old Dannaer Fields, 57-year-old Bobby Clark and 31-year-old William Allen, died from their injuries.
Early Sunday morning, police arrested Jake England, 19, and Alvin Watts, 32, in connection with the shooting spree after receiving several tips from the community.
They are currently being held in the Tulsa County Jail on almost $10 million bond each.
Tucker was treated and released from the hospital Friday. Hall remains in the hospital and is expected to recover.
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