Three Oklahomans facing murder charges after deadly shooting in S.W. Oklahoma City

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Bobby Whorton, James Northam, Diane Squyres

OKLAHOMA CITY – Three Oklahomans are facing murder charges after a deadly shooting in southwest Oklahoma City.

Nov. 8, around 4:20 a.m., police were called to a shooting at the Oak Grove Apartments.

When they arrived, they found 40-year-old Jeremy Johnson had been shot to death inside a vehicle.

Investigators believe there were a total of five people inside the vehicle when the shots were fired.

Police say Bobby Whorton, 29, James Northam, 30, and Diane Squyres, 40, were all inside the vehicle, but did not sustain life-threatening injuries.

Whorton, Northam, and Squyres were all arrested.

Whorton is facing charges for first-degree murder and conspiracy of robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Northam and Squyres are facing charges for felony murder and conspiracy of robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Oklahoma City Police say one other victim remains hospitalized.