TULSA – Two brothers are now wanted in the March 13 shooting at Wedgewood Apartments near 61st Street and Peoria that killed Eric Graves.
On Monday, a Tulsa County judge issued arrest warrants for 20-year-old Gabriel Hopson and 19-year-old Jayden Hopson.
Documents show that due to a previous disagreement, the two brothers planned an ambush against the victim and carried out that plan in one of the Wedgewood apartments.
According to Tulsa Police, the graves returned fire before being shot by the Hopson brothers.
Jayden Hopson was shot in the groin in the shooting, as was another man who was in the apartment at the time. The police say they will both recover.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of any of the Hopson brothers, the Tulsa Police Department will ask you to call Crimestoppers at 918-596-COPS. If you see them right away, call 911 right away.
Gabriel Hopson was released from prison in April 2020 after spending about a year there on drug and gun abuse convictions.
He has since been arrested twice by Tulsa police in other gun and drug cases. He is currently on trial for these cases and is due to return to court on April 21st.
Jayden Hopson was recently convicted of a gun case and sentenced to two years in prison. However, that sentence was suspended, which means he never actually spent time in state prison.