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Born December 29, 1950

Died August 20, 2019

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Born October 3, 1933

Died August 19, 2019

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Born September 19, 1943

Died August 18, 2019

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Monday, August 5, 2019, 8:01 AM

Colton Edwards, Phillip Lemont Jones Jr, Jobe Terronez, Jakeydious Key and Jaysea Williams are charged in Muskogee County District Court with conspiracy, conjoint robbery and shooting with the intent to kill after an alleged crime spree in Haskell on the night of July 30.

First, the group is accused of kicking in a door where a teenage girl was alone, stealing money and a television and running the girl over with a car as they left. Then they proceeded to another residence where they allegedly kicked in the door and began shooting at the resident, who was sleeping on a couch beside the door. The house also contained another adult and a child. The shots were fired from an SKS rifle into the couch, according to police.

The break-in victim identified Colton Edwards to police as the shooter. The house’s other resident appeared from the back of the residence and began to return fire. The five men then fled from the residence while the resident continued to fire at them. A black Audi vehicle registered to Terronez was later found on Taft road with bullet holes, a shredded tire, smashed window and blood on the inside.

Police then responded to a call from Saint Francis Hospital in Muskogee for people suffering from gunshot wounds: Jones, Edwards, Williams Terronez and Key. Jones, Williams and Edwards were then taken to the Tulsa Saint Francis, where they underwent surgery.

One suspect told police it was Terronez’s plan to go to that specific address. He also told police three firearms had been thrown from the vehicle while they were fleeing.

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