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Overnight Tulsa Crime Keeps Police Busy

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Police officers were called to a home in the 30 block of E. Fourth Street around 2:45 a.m. on the report of shots fired. Police officers were called to a home in the 30 block of E. Fourth Street around 2:45 a.m. on the report of shots fired.
Tulsa Police and firefighters are looking for a woman after an overnight car fire. Tulsa Police and firefighters are looking for a woman after an overnight car fire.
Tulsa Police believe the same woman spray painted the home next to the SUV. Tulsa Police believe the same woman spray painted the home next to the SUV.

Tulsa Police continue to look for suspects who fired several shots into a house overnight.  Police officers were called to a home in the 30 block of E. Fourth Street around 2:45 a.m.  They found broken glass and a man who says he returned fire when someone shot at his house.

No one was hurt. 

And Tulsa Police and firefighters are looking for a woman after an overnight car fire.  Fire crews were called to a house in the 4300 block of North Elgin after midnight.  An SUV had been set on fire and lettering was painted on the front of the house. 

The resident of the home and owner of the SUV is the brother of the suspect's ex-boyfriend. Tulsa Police believe the woman they are looking for also vandalized the homes of two of the man's other relatives recently. 

Damage to the SUV is estimated at $2,000.

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