Police Release Photos Of Suspect In Latest Tulsa Homicide
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police are looking for two men who drove off after a deadly shooting in the 5900 block of East Marshall Street shortly after 1:30 a.m. A 39-year-old man was shot and killed.
Sergeant Dave Walker said the investigation is focused on finding Jose Ibarra Pellegrin. Pellegrin and another man left the murder scene in a light colored four-door sedan, the homicide investigator said.
"We believe that there was an argument inside the residence that led to the shooting," Walker said.
Police believe Pellegrin was the shooter and the other man "is in danger of being arrested as an accessory to murder."
Police believe Pellegrin and the other man are from out of state and were visiting Tulsa when the shooting happened. Walker said Pellegrin's birth certificate was at the scene. He also has a forged Arizona ID in the name of Eddica Gaspar, according to a news release.
The victim has not yet been identified.
A family of four who lives across the street from the deadly Tulsa shooting early Monday says a bullet almost hit them while they were asleep.
Aron Gonzalez shares the home with his daughter, Aylin, his wife, and his five-year-old son, Aron Jr. The Gonzalez family tells News On 6, three of them were sleeping in a bedroom when a bullet from the house across the street went through a window above their heads and into a bedroom wall. They said the bullet ended up in the laundry room
"A little worried because if it was a little bit more down, it could have hit one of them," he said.
The family said they've noticed people going in and out of the house for a while and they want others in the community to speak up.
"For everyone out there, Hispanics and everyone, that if there's something they see with their neighbors to, like, call the police," he said.
Walker said there were witnesses at the home where the victim was shot, but they took off. Police are looking for them. If you know anything that can help police find Jose Ibarra Pellegrin, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.