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reported events that occurred at 940 South 129th East Avenue on September 13th, 1990

On September 13, 1990, three men attempted to rob the Gino's Gold and Pawn Shop at 940 S. 129th East Ave. The robbery ended with the owner and one of the suspects dead. 23-year-old Reginald Long and 17-year-old Curtis Wilson entered the shop armed with guns while 21-year-old Mark Carter waited outside in a getaway van. Long and Wilson confronted the owner, 48-year-old Gino Coccioli, and demanded money and valuables from him. However Coccioli refused, and pulled out a gun. Gunfire was exchanged between Coccioli, Long, and Wilson. Coccioli was struck in the neck and face, and killed almost immediately. Wilson was struck in the stomach and stumbled outside, and collapsed on the ground in front of the store. Long and Carter fled the scene, leaving Wilson to bleed out. The shooting scene was discovered by a passerby, who was driving down the street and noticed Wilson on the ground. The passerby, Steve Johns, claimed he at first thought Wilson was just drunk, but after stopping and getting out of the car to ask if he was okay, he noticed Wilson was bleeding. Johns said Wilson was breathing hard and moving, and that Wilson tried to grab his leg, but since Wilson was breathing, Johns entered the store to see if anybody else needed help. When Johns entered, he discovered Coccioli deceased behind the counter. Johns ran down the street to get someone to call for help, and returned to the store to wait for police and ambulance and to tend to Wilson. Johns attempted to help Wilson, but there was nothing he could do and Wilson died seconds later. Reginald Long and Mark Carter were charged with first-degree murder, but Carter was acquitted of the murder charged and instead charged with accessory, since Long testified he was only the getaway driver and was not involved in the actual shooting. I believe the property at 940 S 129th E Ave is now a residential property instead of a commercial property.



Man Acquitted in Killing

TULSA - A Tulsa jury has acquitted a man charged in last year's fatal shooting of a pawn shop owner. The jury deliberated less than six hours Thursday before it returned the innocent verdict for Mark

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