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UPDATE: Family confirms names of victims shot, killed in double shooting in Owasso

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Posted at 12:20 AM, Oct 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-23 23:23:36-04

OWASSO, Okla. — UPDATE: The family has confirmed the two men shot and killed in Owasso last night are 20-year-old Albert Thomas and 21-year-old Dajon Ross.

The family says that Thomas and Ross are cousins and that Thomas as picking up his girlfriend to take her to the movies.

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UPDATE: According to Rogers County Sheriff's Office, deputies have released the names of the two people arrested in connection to a deadly double shooting in an Owasso neighborhood Tuesday night.

Deputies say 47-year-old Manuel Quezada and 45-year-old Angelica Quezada were taken into custody.

Manuel is facing two counts of first-degree murder and Angelica is being held on a count of accessory to murder.

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The two men who were shot in an Owasso neighborhood Tuesday night have died, and a husband and wife are in custody, according to officials from the Rogers County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies arrived on the scene Tuesday evening near East 76th St. North and North 177th East Avenue.

They found a man shot in the chest, another man shot in the head, and a homeowner in the middle of the street with a gun in his pocket.

Rogers County Sheriff's Deputies said the two men showed up at the house to pick up a girl. They say a fight broke out with her father, who shot both men.

Both victims were taken to the hospital where they later died. The homeowner was taken into custody and is facing two counts of first-degree murder charges. His wife is also being held on a count of accessory to murder.

No names have been released.

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