OKC man charged in four killings
A suspect in four fatal shootings was charged Friday with four counts of first-degree murder and 10 counts of robbery with a firearm.
Mario James Normore, 27, was arrested last year, accused of two bank robberies and eight business robberies in Oklahoma City. The robberies occurred between August and October 2017.
Last month, Normore, a known Rollin’ 20s gang member, was connected to four 2017 homicides in Oklahoma City, investigators reported. An unidentified witness told detectives that Normore confessed to committing the crimes.
He is accused of killing Bashar Burks, 27, and Ashley Easton, 30, in July 2017, Searra Howe, 21, in August 2017 and James Knowles, 57, in October 2017. The body of the last victim has not been found, police said.
Normore is charged in Oklahoma County District Court.
Mario James Normore