(TULSA COUNTY, Okla.) -- Two Tulsa men arrested in connection with a shooting spree that left three dead and two critically injured were charged with murder Monday morning and ordered by a judge to be held on $9.1 million bonds each.
Jake England, 19, and Alvin Watts, 32, were arraigned Monday in an Oklahoma court via a closed circuit video from the Tulsa County Jail, according to ABC News' Tulsa affiliate KTUL.
Neither man had an attorney present.
Both men were charged with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of shooting with the intent to kill and one count of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, according to KTUL.
The suspects have not been charged with hate crimes, although all of the victims are black.
England and Watts were arrested at a house north of Tulsa around 2 a.m. on Sunday after a series of deadly shootings on Friday that left three black pedestrians dead and two critically wounded.
The five men were shot early Friday morning in four separate incidents during a span of less than two hours on the same side of town and not far from one another, police said.
Police identified the dead men as Dannaer Fields, 49, Bobby Clark, 54, and William Allen, 31. There was no connection between the suspects and victims, police said at a news conference on Sunday.
Two males were critically wounded in the shooting spree. All of the victims were targeted while they were out walking, and apparently did not know each other.
England and Watts are scheduled to be back in court on April 16.
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