A man is dead and a teen is in custody after a shooting at outside a Tulsa apartment late Monday night.
Tulsa police officers responded to a call about a shooting at an apartment complex near North Harvard and Apache around 11 p.m.
Officers arrived to find 24-year-old Gregory Robinson unresponsive in the parking lot and paramedics took him to the hospital where he later died. Through the investigation, detectives identified 14-year-old Keandre Shivers as the suspect in the case.
Detectives determined Shivers was in the parking lot with Robinson before the shooting and there was some kind of scuffle over a gun. Shivers is accused of shooting Robinson and running away.
Officers served a search warrant at Apache Manor on Tuesday afternoon, taking Shivers into custody and finding the gun used in the shooting.
Under Oklahoma State Statute 10A O.S. § 2-5-205, a 14-year-old charged with murder is considered a Youthful Offender and is therefore charged as an adult. Shivers is facing a charge of First-Degree Murder.