TULSA, Okla. — On September 4th, just after 11 p.m., Tulsa Officers responded to a report of a shooting at Apache Manor.
When Officers arrived at the scene, they found 24-year-old Gregory Robinson in the parking lot, unresponsive. Not long after being rushed to the hospital, Robinson succumbed to his wounds and died.
After an investigation, Detectives identified 14-year-old Keandre Shivers as the suspect.
Detectives found that Shivers was in the parking lot with Robinson right before the shooting and that there was a scuffle over a gun, ending with Shivers shooting Robinson and then running away.
After a search warrant was served at Apache Manor, Detectives found the gun used in the shooting and arrested Shivers for 1st-degree murder.
According to an Oklahoma State Statute, a 14-year-old charged with murder is considered a Youthful Offender and can be tried as an adult.
(Source: Tulsa Police Department Facebook)