Tulsa Police: Search Turns Up Weapons, Ammunition After Hmong Shooting


Thursday, October 17th 2013, 12:11 pm
By: News On 6


Tulsa Police says their Organized Gang Unit has served two search warrants following last Saturday's Hmong event shooting at the city's Green Country Event Center.

Officers said the searches Wednesday were conducted at two homes in Wagoner County; 3964 South 214th East Avenue and 3983 South 216th East Avenue.

In a news release, police said officers found an AK-47 rifle, a handgun, a .22 rifle, ammunition and MOD gang paraphernalia. They stated there were many religious shrines throughout each home.

Meng Lee, 19, and Boonmlee Lee, 21, are in Tulsa County Jail on complaints of shooting with intent to kill, possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Both remain behind bars in lieu of $900,000 bond each.

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Tulsa Police say EMSA took five shooting victims to the hospital with gunshot wounds in the stomach, arms and legs. The victims range in age from their late teens to their early 50s, according to police.

Court records show Meng Lee and Boonmlee Lee have a court appearance set for October 21.