|Updated: 3/29 9:01 am
||Published: 3/29 6:13 am
For some families in Tulsa, Good Friday marks nearly the first anniversary of a series of shootings that killed three people.
Prosecutors say on Good Friday last year, April 7th, Alvin Watts and Jacob England shot five people. Dannaer Fields, Bobby Clark and William Allen were killed.
England and Watts are charged with their murder as well as hate crimes. They've pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors say they will ask for the death penalty.
England and Watts are scheduled to be back in court April 23rd.