Jury Selection Begins in Tulsa Park Murder Case

Jury selection is underway Monday in the case of a man accused of killing two people at a Tulsa park back in 2012.

Court records indicate that the selection process would take place week in Darren Price's court case. He faces first degree murder and robbery with a firearm charges.

Previous reports from KTUL state in September 2012 Carissa Horton and Ethan Nichols were jogging in the evening at Hicks Park. Prosecutors allege that Price and Jerard Davis shot and killed them, stole their cellphones and left with their car.

Back in October of last year, Davis pleaded guilty to murdering the two Oral Roberts University students. He received a life sentence without parole.

KTUL will update the court case throughout the week.