“It’s kind of a thug mentality that brought all these people together,” 6 people charged in Oklahoma man’s murder

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ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. – Six people are facing charges in connection to a deadly shooting in Rogers County earlier this year.

On Aug. 12, the body of 27-year-old Casey Adkins was found near 145th East Ave. and Apache by a passerby.

Investigators learned that Adkins was shot following a dispute about a stolen vehicle.

According to KJRH, Amy Worsham told police that Adkins was first shot through the seat in a car. After that, she claimed the group shot him multiple times and dropped him off in the intersection.

“Like so many of these cases, these individuals ran together, they were all acquainted with each other. It’s a lifestyle,” Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton told KJRH. “It’s kind of a thug mentality that brought all these people together.”

Authorities arrested Shawn Goddard, Tyeler Miller, Amy Worsham, Robert Kilgore and Cory Kuebler for the crime.

Officials are still looking for Rhema Cannon. If you have any information, call the Rogers County Tip Line at (918) 341-3620.

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