Two domestic shootings keep Tulsa Police busy
Friday, November 19th 2004, 6:04 am
By: News On 6
Tulsa Police investigating a pair of unrelated shootings. In both cases, at least one person was hit by gunfire.
6 in the Morning reporter Omar Villafranca says both shootings happened after 9:30 PM Thursday, just within minutes of each other.
Tulsa Police arrived at the first shooting in the 3100 block of East 67th Street. Investigators say a man and a woman got into an argument. It ended when the woman, who's in her 70's, was shot once in the arm.
She was taken to a hospital and she'll be okay. A man at the house was arrested; he faces charges of domestic abuse.
As Tulsa Police sorted out the details at the first shooting, they were called to the 5700 block of North Frankfort. Police say family members of a pregnant woman shot at the girl's boyfriend.
Investigators say the girlâ€™s father and brother were upset at the boyfriend. They shot at him nearly a dozen times with a handgun and rifle.
The boyfriend was hit in the arm and he's expected to recover. No one else was hit in that shooting, but a neighbor's dog was accidentally killed in the crossfire.
Tulsa Police know the names of the two suspects and are currently searching for them.