Tulsa Police Identify Victims, Suspect In Double Shooting
TULSA, Oklahoma - Two people were shot in the parking lot of Incredible Pizza near 71st and Memorial Tuesday evening. Police said two young children were sitting in a car just a few feet away from the shooting.
Police said it appears the two victims – identified as Brandon Hunt, 28, and Brittany Frierson, 27, and the shooter met at the Incredible Pizza for either a drug deal or to settle a debt.
They said a fight started around 5:15 p.m. and the gunman shot Hunt, who was standing outside a vehicle with two young children inside. Police said Frierson was inside the vehicle when she was shot.
The children weren't hurt.
Police said Hunt ran after the shooting and that the gunman followed him and continued to shoot at Hunt until he collapsed.
Officers said both victims are in surgery but are expected to survive.
Police said they are looking for a man named Mason “D” Williams in connection to this shooting. They said he was seen driving a dark-colored Toyota Forerunner with out of state plates.
NEW: TPD says they’re looking for Mason D. Williams in connection with the Tuesday evening shooting in front of Incredible Pizza. They say shooter and both victims met here for a drug deal or to settle some other debt. @NewsOn6 pic.twitter.com/Gc4H9Nd909— Joseph Holloway (@a_cupof_JOE) September 12, 2018
Police said they found the vehicle, but not Williams. They said they recovered evidence from the Toyota that it was used in the shooting. Police said the vehicle was also reported stolen.
According to police, Frierson told them Williams possibly lives at the Cobblestone Apartments at 51st and Memorial.
If you have any information, you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.