Muskogee Mall Shooting Update

Muskogee, OK – Woman wants DA removed in Okla. mall shooting case

MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) The attorney for a woman charged in the deadly shooting at a Muskogee mall wants the district attorney's office disqualified from the case.

Attorney James Walters represents Tenesha Ann Nunley who is charged with accessory to first-degree murder and five counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. Walters says Muskogee County District Attorney Larry Moore has acted more as an investigator than prosecutor and could be called to testify.

Moore says he's done nothing to be removed from the case and is confident he will continue as the prosecutor.

Nunley is accused of transporting, housing and feeding one of the suspects in the April 10 shooting at Arrowhead Mall that killed 17-year-old Jerrod Reed.


Information from: Muskogee Phoenix,

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