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Triple Shooting Suspects Back in Court, Trial Date Set

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Ronnie "Roach" Jones Ronnie "Roach" Jones
Everett Wilson Everett Wilson

Two Tulsa men arrested in connection with a triple shooting last year were back in court Thursday morning.

Everett Wilson, 21, and Ronnie Jones, 23, are facing a laundry list of charges related to a shooting at an apartment complex near 63rd and Owasso that resulted in the death of Shametra Fields last September.

Both were initially charged with first-degree murder, but prosecutors later dropped that charge against Wilson.

He's now facing three counts of shooting with intent to kill and robbery with a firearm.

Thursday, Judge William Kellough arraigned Wilson, who entered a plea of not guilty, and set a jury trial for March 10th, 2014.

Jones, meanwhile, is being held on a first-degree murder charge along with three counts of shooting with intent to kill, burglary and robbery.

A motion to quash by Jones' attorney was taken under advisement Thursday. He will be back in court July 22nd for a decision.

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