— TULSA (AP) — One person was killed and another wounded at the same Tulsa convenience store where two people were fatally gunned down a year earlier.
Kristjan Thorsson, 18, and John White, 37, were shot in a parking lot outside the QuikTrip at 1415 E. 71 St. about 1:30 a.m. Saturday, police said.
Thorsson and White were both taken to a hospital, where Thorsson was later declared dead. White was listed in serious condition, an EMSA spokesman said.
Witnesses told police that a disturbance between the two men and other man took place in the QuikTrip parking lot, Sgt. David Walker said. The assailant pulled a gun and fired several shots into the Chrysler Concorde that Thorsson and White were in, Walker said.
White, who was the driver, drove into a neighboring church parking lot before stopping, police said.
The crime scene is where two people were shot to death a year ago.
Patrick Shawn, 27, and Kaylyn Kosofsky, 24, were killed Aug. 30, 2011. Police said Shawn was found dead on the church parking lot and that Kosofsky's body was found in the passenger seat of a car in another area of the parking lot.
Joel Rosales Pina, 28, of Tulsa and Zane Atchison, 25, of Broken Arrow are in the Tulsa Jail on two first-degree murder charges in those killings. A police affidavit says those shootings are believed to have been motivated over money owed for drugs.