One Wounded In Shooting At Tulsa Park Plaza Apartment Complex
TULSA, Oklahoma -
Tulsa Police say a shooting at the Park Plaza Apartments, 5012 South 67th East Avenue, was the result of a domestic dispute.
Officers were called to the midtown apartment complex at about 7:30 a.m. Saturday after a man called telling them he had just shot his girlfriend's brother, according to Sergeant Dave Walker, Tulsa Police.
Marco Crisp, 35, was taken into custody and booked on a complaint of shooting with intent to kill. His bond is set at $75,000.
Police say the victim was staying with his sister, and he and Crisp had an ongoing dispute. Police described the victim as a 35-year-old man but did not release his name.
Walker said the victim had been shot several times and is undergoing surgery. He was able to talk to police at the shooting scene.
EMSA said the wounded man was transported in serious condition.
Police were seen taking a revolver into evidence. They interviewed the victim's sister and searched the apartment, Walker said.