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      Hearing delayed in Keokuk natives' slaying

      A judge postponed a Monday arraignment hearing for two Tulsa, Okla. men accused of killing a Keokuk couple.

      Darren Price, 19, and Jerard D. Davis, 21, both of Tulsa, were scheduled to appear at a hearing Monday at the Tulsa County Courthouse. The hearing was rescheduled for March 27, according to the county clerk.

      Each is charged with robbery with a firearm and two counts each of first-degree murder in the Sept. 19, 2011 shooting deaths of Oral Roberts University student Carissa Horton, 18, and her boyfriend Ethan Nichols, 21.

      The Keokuk natives were found shot to death in East Tulsa's Hicks Park.

      Price and Davis have pleaded not guilty. The Tulsa District Attorney's has not made a decision whether to seek the death penalty in the case.