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MICHAEL WYKE/Tulsa World Police cars and other emergency vehicles line Maybelle Avenue just outside the northwest corner of Tulsa's Inner Dispersal Loop, where a man reportedly was shot in the head Monday night.
SAMANTHA VICENT/Tulsa World Police cars and other emergency vehicles line Maybelle Avenue just outside the northwest corner of Tulsa's Inner Dispersal Loop, where Jeremey Lake was fatally shot Monday night.
Lisa Kepler declined to say what those life decisions were.
"I really hope they rot in prison for a very long time," Lisa Kepler said of her parents.
Police said an argument occurred between Lake and Shannon Kepler, who was in a black Chevrolet Suburban.
Lake, who reportedly was with Kepler's daughter, was shot "two or three times" after he told Kepler that he was her boyfriend, according to an arrest report.
His wife, Gina, 48, also a Tulsa police officer, was jailed on an accessory to murder complaint.
The two weren't on duty at the time the shooting of 19-year-old Jeremy Lake occurred in the 200 block of North Maybelle Avenue about p.m. Shannon Kepler works at TPD's police academy and worked Tuesday, public information officer Jillian Roberson said.
The neighbor said he didn't have a lot of interaction with the Keplers, whom he called "the perfect neighbors," but that Gina Kepler sometimes would stop in her patrol car and say hi to him.
"The whole neighborhood — it's unbelievable," the neighbor said when asked if he was surprised by the turn of events.
Lisa Kepler said the Day Center is where she met Lake, who offered to let her live with himself and his aunt, Pam Wilkins, within the past week.
A neighbor of the Kepler family, who wished not to be identified, said the husband and wife are "wonderful neighbors." She said the parents had "given and given" to their three daughters.
Friends and neighbors said the couple had adopted Lisa Kepler and her two siblings several years ago.