TULSA - Tulsa police have arrested two of their own for murder and accessory after the fact in the death of a 19-year-old Tulsa man.
According to an arrest report obtained by KRMG the incident happened in the 200 block of N. Maybelle Ave., just northwest of downtown Tulsa, about 10:16 p.m. Tuesday.
The victim, Jeremy Lake, was walking with his girlfriend when a black, 2007 Suburban drove up and stopped in the intersection.
Inside the car, police say, was the girlfriend's father, police officer Shannon James Kepler, 54.
Lake approached the vehicle, the report states, at which time Kepler opened fire, striking Lake.
It also indicates Kepler fired at his daughter as she ran away.
Investigators managed to reach Kepler's wife on her cell phone, and she told them she was with her husband and "knew what (police) were calling about."
Kepler later showed up with an attorney, and later his wife, Gina Kepler, 48, also came in, but apparently in the meantime she and/or the daughter had hidden the vehicle and gun used in the murder.
Detecitves arrested Shannon Kepler for first-degree murder and shooting with intent to kill, and Gina Kepler for accessory to murder after the fact.
Both Keplers are Tulsa police officers.
Detectives continue to search for the black Chevrolet Suburban and the weapon they believe Kepler used in the shooting.
It's unknown if Kepler's service weapon was used in the killing.
Police have not returned calls requesting more information.