TULSA -- Two men have pled guilty in the murder of a Tulsa hamburger restaurant owner.
According to court documents, Alcon Sanders, 32, and Clifford Owens, 23, pled guilty to first-degree murder in court Thursday. Both men are accused of killing Ted's Hamburgers owner James Coulson.
Detectives investigating the case believe Coulson got into a confrontation with the men while opening the restaurant.
Sanders was sentenced to life in prison while Owens was sentenced to 25 years in custody.
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