A local church is honoring the victims of last year's Good Friday shootings.
Jacob England and Alvin Watts are charged with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of shooting with intent to kill and various other charges in connection with the shootings April 6, 2012 that left three dead and two others wounded.
A hearing for two men charged in the Good Friday shooting spree has been postponed until the start of the new year while prosecutors consider whether to seek the death penalty.
Jacob England and Alvin Watts were arrested April 8th in connection with the Good Friday shootings in north Tulsa that left three people dead and two others hospitalized.
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Jacob Carl England, 19, and Alvin Lee Watts, 33, are each charged with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of shooting with intent to kill and five counts of malicious intimidation or harassment.
The last of the three Good Friday shooting spree victim's was laid to rest Tuesday. William Allen, 31, was shot while walking home in north Tulsa. About 100 people filled World Won Outreach Ministries, where Allen attended church.
The incarcerated mother of Good Friday shooting suspect Jacob England spoke by phone Tuesday morning with CNN to talk about her son, why she reached out to a local attorney and her reaction to her son's involvement in the shooting spree.
It's the most high-profile case the city of Tulsa has had in a long time -- the Good Friday shootings that rocked the community and captivated the nation.
A judge entered "not guilty" pleas Monday on behalf of the two men accused in the Good Friday shootings. The pair appeared in court via video conference for their formal arraignment.
Reverend Jesse Jackson is in Tulsa this weekend speaking out about the shooting spree, which he says is a hate crime, to gun laws and Tulsa race issues.
More than 100 people attended the funeral of 54-year-old Bobby Clark, who was killed last Friday during the shooting spree in north Tulsa. Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson was on hand to offer comfort to Clark's family.
At a press conference Friday afternoon, well-known Tulsa attorney Clark O. Brewster announced he will defend north Tulsa shooting spree suspect Jake England. INSIDE | Jailhouse interview with Jake England
The Tulsa County District Attorney's Office has filed 10 charges for last week's Good Friday shootings and the judge revoked the suspects' bonds.
A group of protesters set up camp Wednesday in front of the Tulsa County Courthouse, holding up signs protesting the bond of the two Good Friday shooting suspects, Alvin Watts and Jacob England.
Reverends Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are planning visits to Tulsa over the weekend.
People who live in north Tulsa can breathe a sign of relief now that the alleged shooting spree suspects are behind bars. Now, residents are beginning to speak out about last week's shootings.
On Monday, 2NEWS Reporter Casey Roebuck spoke with those who know the England family and they say race was not a factor in these crimes. Instead, they believe the 19-year-old snapped.
Now that the shooting suspects are behind bars, a community begins to heal.
The Associated Press is reporting Tulsa police documents say the two suspects arrested in a shooting spree that terrorized the city's black community have both confessed.
Good Friday's north Tulsa shooting spree has brought national attention to the city and has raised questions of racial motivation in the wake of the murders.
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 north Tulsa community is coming together to heal following the arrest of two men suspected of being involved in Friday deadly shootings.
Jake England and Alvin Watts appeared via video conference Monday for their first appearance after being arrested for Friday's north Tulsa shooting spree. A judge ordered the pair held on almost $10 million bond each.
Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan announced Saturday the creation of a task force to help nab a man suspected of fatally shooting three people and injuring two others Friday.
Thursday, April 5
3:04 p.m. - Jacob England posts on his Facebook wall about it being the second anniversary of his father's death. In the post he uses an expletive before the "N" word and says his death and the death of his girlfriend has left him "gone in the head."
4:24 p.m. - Alvin Watts comments on the post - "I kno i miss them 2. My last meomeries were great ones of them. Its nt goodbye its c u later."
Friday, April 6
1:03 a.m. - Dannaer Fields is shot. She died at the hospital
1:06 a.m. - Deon Tucker and David Hall are shot. Both survive their injuries
1:50 a.m. - William Allen is shot. He died at the hospital
8:12 a.m. - Bobby Clark is found shot to death on a sidewalk. Police believe Clark was shot much earlier than when he was found.
10:15 p.m. - England posts on his Facebook wall, "it just mite be the time to call it quits I I hate to say it like that but I'm done if something does happen tonite be ready for another funeral later"
Saturday, April 7
Taskforce "Operation Random Shooter" is formed
6:00 p.m. - Osage County deputies locate a burned vehicle at 6000 N. Osage Drive. The tag of the vehicle checked back to Carl or Jacob England.
Sunday, April 8
1:47 a.m. - Jake England and Alvin Watts are arrested
Monday, April 9
A.M. - England and Watts appear via video conference in front of a judge. They say nothing. The men are being held on $9 million bonds.
7: 30 p.m. - According to Tulsa police documents given to the Associated Press, England confessed to shooting three people and Watts confessed to shooting two.
Theresa Alexander, England's mother, writes a letter to Tulsa attorney Clark Brewster asking him to defend her son. The letter was released to the media on Friday, April 13.
Friday, April 13
Tulsa DA files 10 charges against each suspect. Three counts of first degree murder, two counts of shooting with intent to kill, and five counts of malicious harassment.
Brewster announces he will defend England and releases a jailhouse interview with his client.
Monday, April 16
Tulsa judge enters a "not guilty" plea for both England and Watts.
Tulsa's Most Wanted
Charles Yahola, 24, is wanted out of Tulsa County on a felony warrant for failure to appear on a second-degree domestic assault and battery charge.
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