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Shooting Victim Drives Himself To Hospital; Tulsa Police Make Arrest

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A man has been arrested after reportedly admitting to police that he shot another man in an argument late Saturday afternoon.

Tulsa police said the victim drove himself to the hospital after being shot in the 1300 block of North Rosedale Avenue.

Officers said the victim called police and gave the information on where and about who shot him. He reportedly told them he got into an argument with another man over a house that was burned down.

When police arrived to shooting scene, the shooter reportedly confessed was arrested.

The victim had injuries to his back and hand, TPD said.

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