Friday, April 6
Tulsa police are called to 1000 block East 51st Place North where 49-year-old Dannaer Fields is found in a yard with gunshot wounds. She is pronounced dead at St. John Medical Center.
Officers find two surviving shooting victims in 1300 block East 51st Place North.
EMSA treats and transports shooting victim Bobby Clark, 54, from 300 block West 63rd Street North. He is pronounced dead at Hillcrest Medical Center.
William Allen, 31, is found dead in front of Jack's Memory Chapel, 801 E. 36th Street North.
Detectives release the names of the shooting victims and a limited suspect description.
Sgt. Dave Walker addresses the news media and reveals the shootings were being investigated as parts of a spree.
Meeting about the shootings are held by Tulsa's NAACP chapter at North Peoria Church of Christ. The Rev. Warren Blakney expresses concern that someone was evidently "targeting black people to shoot."Saturday, April 7
Police receive first Crime Stoppers tip regarding 19-year-old Jake England; local police request assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Tulsa Police Department at a news conference announces the formation of a joint task force known as Operation Random Shooter. Chief Chuck Jordan asks for the public's help.
Osage County sheriff's deputies find England's burned Chevrolet pickup near 61st Street North and Osage Drive.
Approximate time the task force begins surveillance of England and Watts. Sunday, April 8
Jake England, 20, and Alvin Watts, 33, arrested.
Police alert the media arrests were made in Operation Random Shooter.
Watts booked into Tulsa Jail.
England booked into Tulsa Jail.
Police discuss the arrests of Jake England and Alvin Watts at a news conference.April 9
England and Watts tell police they each committed two of the shootings, according to arrest reports. A judge set each man's bail at $9.16 million on three complaints of first-degree murder, two complaints of shooting with an intent to kill and one complaint of possessing a firearm while in the commission of a felony.Wednesday, July 18
Witnesses in a preliminary hearing testify that England described how he lured victims closer and then shot them. They also testify that Watts described how he and England engaged in a game of who could shoot the most people.Aug. 14
Tulsa County Special Judge David Youll bound Jacob Carl England and Alvin Lee Watts over on five felonies — three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of shooting with intent to kill.Aug. 17
Tulsa County District Judge Kurt Glassco, the prospective trial judge in the Good Friday triple-homicide hate-crime case, denied a request that he disqualify himself from the case. Attorneys for Jacob Carl England can continue to pursue the matter by filing a document and presenting it to Glassco, seeking his disqualification or a transfer of the case to another judge.Sept. 5
Tulsa County District Judge Kurt Glassco, the prospective trial judge, has withdrawn from that role. Glassco transferred the matter to Presiding District Judge William Kellough, who assigned District Judge James Caputo to the case. Jan. 5, 2013
Tulsa County prosecutors file notice that they will pursue the death penalty.