None - Four teenage boys became involved in the death of another teenager over the weekend during a crime spree in East Tulsa. Tulsa Police Sergeant Dave Walker says the teens allegedly carjacked two victims Friday night near 21st and 129th East Avenue and then invaded a home near Admiral and Mingo and took cash and computers. Walker said, "They were kind of out of the house, no place to go, trying to survive on their own and this is what they decided would be the best way to make money." Walker also told the News On Six that the suspects tried another carjacking Saturday evening where one of the boys fired a shotgun. That allegedly caused a car with passenger 16-year old Corvelle Grayson inside to crash into a tree and die. "The driver sees somebody with a shotgun and realizes this is not a good place for us to be and backs up as the shotgun shooter fires one round." Walker continued, "The unfortunate one in the passenger seat was on the floorboard, we think, trying to avoid being shot when the accident occurs and that puts him in a vulnerable spot obviously". The suspects were arrested Monday after police found one of the stolen cars near 4800 North Wheeling. Several items stolen in the home invasion allegedly were found at another residence. Walker said, "I mean they're trying to survive, you know that was their plan. But I don't think they planned on somebody dying in this whole thing." Police say the case was solved quickly with the help of the Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force.