Tulsa Police confirmed a man is in the hospital after a shooting at a home near 46th Street North and MLK Blvd Monday morning.
Neighbors on North Kenosha Avenue said they heard multiple gunshots. They said they don't usually have a lot of trouble in the neighborhood, but that's changed in the last few weeks.
Police said a man inside the house was wounded. He was taken to the hospital, and they said he's expected to be OK.
Stacey Robinson said she moved to the area from California three years ago, and it's been mostly quiet until recently.
"My phone rang, and it was my neighbor," Robinson said. "She was like, 'are you OK,' and I said 'I'm OK.' She said to look out the window, and I was like 'I'm not looking out the window until I hear some sirens.'"
Officers said they believe the shooting stems from some sort of ongoing feud, and they said there were shots fired at the same house last week. That time, no one was hurt.
Robinson said she fears for her family's safety, knowing that this keeps happening.
"You shouldn't have to live like that," she said. "You supposedly move somewhere to be comfortable. You pay your rent, pay your bills so you can be in your house and live comfortably."
Police said no arrests have been made at this point, and they are continuing to investigate.