Tulsa Shooters Confessed in Police Documents

April 10, 2012 Updated: April 11, 2012

The suspects involved in the Tulsa mass shootings that left three people dead and four injured confessed, it was reported on Tuesday.

Jake England, 19, confessed to shooting three people, and Alvin Watts, 32, confessed to shooting two, according to police documents.

Watts, according to the police documents, said he “confessed to being” with England and shot “two of the three victims that died.”

The documents also show that England agreed to speak with detectives and confessed to driving a car while Watts shot two people. England also told police that he shot three people, including one that died, and revealed where the murder weapon was located.

The men are currently being held but have not been formally charged with three counts of murder, two counts of attempted murder, and possession of a firearm with the intent to kill.

They made their first court appearance on Monday and the district attorney in the case said the evidence is still being reviewed.