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No One Injured After Shots Fired Into Tulsa Home, Police Say

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Police say no one was injured when someone fired shots into a home in the 6000 block of South Newport Tuesday morning.

Officers got the call just before 5:45 a.m. when a resident heard a pop and glass window breaking in a back bedroom.  When she went to check, police say she found five shots had been fired into the room.

Police say inside the home was a woman and three children. 

They say they've recovered some evidence that officers will turn over to investigators.,

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