• Two arrests made in shooting death of Berryhill father

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    BERRYHILL, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • Tulsa County deputies say a man was shot and killed outside his home in Berryhill on Thanksgiving morning.
    • Authorities say a man was breaking into a red pickup when the car alarm went off near 41st and West 43rd around 3 a.m. Thursday.
    • Authorities told FOX23 38-year-old Staijeck Helm went outside and was shot and killed.
    • Deputies said Nov. 27 the suspect had been identified as 17-year-old Brendon Joseph Davis. He was arrested on suspicion of first degree murder and second degree burglary. Deputies also announced the arrest of 37-year-old Bambi Ashley on suspicion of accessory to murder.
    • On Dec. 3, Davis was charged with first and second degree murder, Ashley is charged with accessory to murder.
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    The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office identified the person accused of shooting and killing 38-year-old Staijeck Helm on Thanksgiving morning.

    Deputies told FOX23 someone was trying to burglarize Helm's truck outside his home in Berryhill near 41st and West 43rd around 3 a.m. November 25. Helm came out to confront the person after hearing the car alarm when he was shot and killed.

    Deputies say the person who shot him left on a bicycle after the shooting.

    On Nov. 27, deputies announced that 17-year-old Brendon Joseph Davis will be arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder and second-degree burglary. Deputies also announced the arrest of 37-year-old Bambi Ashley on suspicion of accessory to murder.

    Helm's father-in-law told FOX23 Helm was a hardworking man who loved his family dearly. He is survived by his wife and three children.

    On Dec. 3, Davis was charged with first and second degree murder, Ashley is charged with accessory to murder.


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