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Teens arrested in connection with deadly Tulsa shooting


16-year-old Terry Buckley [pictured left] and 17-year-old Treston Buckley [pictured right].
(16-year-old Terry Buckley [pictured left] and 17-year-old Treston Buckley [pictured right].)

Two teenagers turned themselves in on Wednesday in connection with a deadly shooting.


Tulsa police arrested 16-year-old Terry Buckley and 17-year-old Treston Buckley who are suspected in the killing of 34-year-old Micah Goff and shooting of Goff's 16-year-old son.


Tulsa police officers responded to the original shooting call around 12:30 p.m. on June 2 near 54th Street North and MLK Jr. Blvd. They arrived to find Goff and his son shot, both of whom were rushed to the hospital.


Goff died and his son was admitted to the hospital in critical condition.


Surveillance video showed the Buckley teenagers at the scene at the time of the shooting, and detectives learned that they were there to meet with the 16-year-old shooting victim for a gun exchange but the Buckleys instead intended to rob him.



Tulsa police detectives investigate a double shooting at a home near 54th Street North and MLK Jr. Blvd.
(Tulsa police detectives investigate a double shooting at a home near 54th Street North and MLK Jr. Blvd.)


During the robbery, one or both of the Buckleys opened fire, shooting Goff and his son, then took the guns and left.


Both Buckley teenagers are charged with First-Degree Murder, Shooting With Intent to Kill, and Robbery with a Firearm.


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