TULSA, Oklahoma -- Tulsa Police investigated a bar fight that injured five men at Torchy's Briar Patch, 12400 E. 11th St., overnight Saturday. Four were treated and released at local hospitals with gunshot or stabbing wounds in the fight that apparently broke out in the bar parking lot.
A caller first reported shots fired at the east Tulsa bar and pool hall at about 1:40 a.m. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man in his mid-20s who had been stabbed several times with slashes up and down his legs.
An officer then noticed an injured man carrying a bloody knife in front of East Central High School which is near the bar.
While handling both those calls, St. Francis Hospital reported another victim from the bar who had been stabbed in the shoulder. Another call came in from Hillcrest where a man who had been shot three times at the club was being treated.
While officers were searching the area, they found another man who had been beaten up and left in a ditch behind the bar. He was not transported.
The four stabbing or shooting victims were treated and released at local hospitals. No arrests have been made.