TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma -- A Tulsa County woman is in jail after she allegedly fired a handgun numerous times at several of her neighbors Wednesday afternoon.
Tulsa County Sheriff's Office deputies were dispatched to a home in the 8300 block of East 132nd Street North after several people called saying 68-year-old Saundra Holland fired a handgun in their direction.
According to jail records, one neighbor told deputies Holland entered her home waving a handgun and accusing her of stealing $500. The neighbor ordered her out of the house. The neighbor said Holland left the house, but not before she yelled "I'm leaving but you're going to ####### die."
Another neighbor told deputies he heard a commotion nearby and went to investigate. He said he saw Holland walking toward him yelling and screaming.
Jail records state the neighbor told deputies Holland fired two shots at him but missed. He said she chased him, firing five more shots at the first neighbors' home.
Deputies arrived and arrested Saundra Holland and recovered the handgun.
She was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of shooting with intent to kill, assault with a deadly weapon, pointing a firearm with intent and reckless handing of a firearm.
Holland is scheduled for a March 9, 2011 court hearing.