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6 charged in connection to Rogers County homicide investigation from August 2016

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Posted at 4:05 PM, Sep 29, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-29 20:31:34-04

ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. – Six people have been charged in connection to a homicide investigation that reportedly took place on August 12.

The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office reports that two suspects were booked into Rogers Co. jail, another was expected to be booked in Rogers Co., two were booked into Tulsa Co. jail, one was booked in Osage Co. jail and another is still on the run.

The victim, Casey Adkins, 27, was found 145th East Ave and Apache in Rogers County by a passerby. 

"Like so many of these cases, these individuals ran together, they were all acquainted with each other. It's a lifestyle," said Rogers Co. Sheriff Scott Walton. "It's kind of a thug mentality that brought all these people together."

The mugs received so far are picture above starting from the left hand corner: Shawn Goddard, Tyeler Miller and on the bottom left is Amy Worsham and next to that mug shot is Robert Kilgore. Also pictured is Cory Kuebler and Rhema Cannon.  

On September 9, Rogers County authorities spoke with Worsham about the death of Adkins at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office. She reportedly told authorities that on the day that Adkins was reportedly killed she was with Goddard who, she said, was upset with Adkins over a vehicle they had stolen

Worsham told authorities that she was riding in a truck with Goddard and being driven by Miller when they located Adkins at the Motel 6 north of Admiral on Garnett in Tulsa.

They took Adkins to an apartment complex and eventually met up with Kuebler, Kilgore and Cannon, said Worsham. After discussing some issues they had with each other, Worsham told authorities, Goddard shot through a seat in the vehicle and ultimately hit Adkins.

Worsham said they then took Adkins to the area of Apache Street and 145th East Avenue where Kuebler reportedy shot Adkins multiple times before they left him there.