Suspects in Best Buy Will Stand Trial, Due Back in Court for Arraignment

Two men appeared in a Tulsa court Thursday for their alleged involvement in a shooting that occurred at a Best Buy in July.

The suspects are set for a district court arraignment on Nov. 16. Shania Craven's hearing is set for Friday, Nov. 2.

Court documents also said that four witnesses at the scene were present during their preliminary hearing.

Willie Wise and Jeremy Foster were in court Thursday morning for their preliminary hearing three months after Tulsa Police arrested them on July 19. Police suspect Wise and Foster are involved in a Best Buy shooting that left two people dead.

TPD and EMSA were called on scene just after 2 p.m. July 14 to the Best Buy located between Yale and Sheridan along I-44.

Authorities told Tulsa's Channel 8's crew on the scene that shots were fired from the parking lot, one bullet hitting a customer in the parking lot and another bullet penetrating the glass and hitting a customer inside the store.

Police said 34-year-old Scott Norman of Tulsa, the one in the parking lot, was the intended target.

Surveillance video showed that the shooter ambushed Norman in the parking lot and fired multiple rounds. At least one bullet hit Norman in the back.

The second victim, 58-year-old Graydon "Wesley" Brown, was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Back in August, Wise and Foster appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to their involvement in the shooting.

Both are being held in the Tulsa jail without bond.