Four Arrested Following Monday Night Shooting In Skiatook
TULSA, Oklahoma -- Skiatook Police have arrested two adults and two juveniles in connection with a late Monday night shooting at an apartment complex in the 500 block of West Rogers.
Police say they received a call at 9:48 p.m. about shots fired at the Cedars Apartments.
When they arrived on scene they found 23-year-old Ranson Eaton suffering from two gunshot wounds to the neck. He was taken to a Tulsa hospital.
Police say the gunshots were fired through a closed door.
Officers received a description of the suspects involved and after search located all four at a residence on Hummingbird Lane in Skiatook.
Arrested were 18-year-old Jonathan Schoop, 18-year-old Michael Holt and two juveniles on complaints of shooting with intent to kill and conspiracy to commit a felony. Police also recovered the handgun used in the shooting.
Along with the two shots which were fired at Eaton, several other shots went through Eaton's apartment's wall, striking the headrest of a recliner in the next apartment.
Skiatook Police say no one was home at the time of the shooting in the second apartment.
All four suspects were taken to the Osage County jail.