The two suspects in a shooting rampage that claimed three lives, injured two, and shook Tulsa's black community confessed over the weekend, police said Monday.
According to police documents reviewed by msnbc.com, 19-year-old Jake England confessed to shooting three people and 32-year-old Alvin Watts confessed to shooting two.
After he was arrested, England agreed to speak with detectives and confessed to driving the car while Watts shot two of the victims, the police report reads. England also said he shot three people, and told detectives where the gun used was located.
Watts told detectives he was with England and he shot two of the victims. According to the police report, the two people Watts shot are two of the three who died.
The two men are held on suspicion of three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm with intent to kill, NBC News reported, in a shooting spree that targeted people in predominantly black neighborhoods.
Those killed in the shooting spree were identified as Dannaer Fields, 49, Bobby Clark, 54, and William Allen, 31. All are black, but police aren't saying whether they believe the killings were racially motivated.
England's father Carl was shot and killed two years ago by an African-American man during a scuffle, and England, it appeared from a posting Thursday on his Facebook wall, was deeply disturbed by it.
“Today is two years that my dad has been gone shot by a f------ n----- it's hard not to go off between that and sheran I'm gone in the head,” he wrote, according to the Tulsa World.
"sheran" refers to Sheran Hart Wilde, England’s fiancée, who killed herself in January.
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