James Poore, left, and brother Cedric Poore, right, were named Wednesday as suspects in the high-profile shooting deaths of four women in a south Tulsa apartment complex.
TULSA - Two brothers arrested for the deadly shooting of four Tulsa women faced their first court appearance Thursday.
Thirty-nine-year-old Cedric Poore and 32-year-old James Poore appeared via video conference from inside the Tulsa County Jail, where they are held without bond.
Tulsa police said Wednesday the Poore brothers are responsible for the Jan. 7 quadruple homicide at Fairmont Terrace near 61st and Peoria.
4 found dead, shot inside Fairmont Terrace Apartments in south Tulsa (bit.ly/Fairmontdeaths)
According to the suspects' booking report, the men tied up Julie Jackson, Misty Nunley, Kayetie Melchor and Rebeika Powell and shot them execution-style.
Twins Melchor and Powell lived in the apartment where they were found dead, just doors away from the residence listed on James Poore's booking report.
Brothers' arrest report details murder of 4 Tulsa women at Fairmont Terrace (bit.ly/X9tlqz)
Police say the men were planning to rob the women.
According to the report, witnesses told police the Poores split up drugs, money and jewelry taken from the women's apartment.
Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan says the investigation continues and he didn't rule out the possibility that more arrests could be made.
Cedric and James Poore are scheduled to be formally arraigned Feb. 19. They have not been officially charged.