Tulsa woman concerned about her safety after being shot at


Thursday, November 4th 2004, 10:07 am
By: News On 6


Most of us will never be shot at. Sandra Wagner was in that group until Thursday morning.

Someone shot at her as she was leaving home for work. News on 6 reporter Rick Wells says Sandra Wagner is out of her Tulsa house for the first time since someone shot at her as she was getting in her car to go to work.

She was scared. "Man I'm being shot at, I just high tailed it inside." As we walked to the car to take a look, I asked if she'd heard the gun shot.

She said she's never been shot at before so she's not sure, but something whizzed by her arm. "I just reached for the car door like this to get in. I started to swing around, I kind of shifted my body and I felt something come right by my arm.”

She didn't see anything, she really didn't even look around she was frightened and headed for the safety of her house to call Tulsa Police. They came out and looked at the glass and said they doubted it was a bullet hole. "Due to physics the glass would have shattered all over the inside, but he wouldn't rule out a pellet gun."

All she knows is, she was shot at by something, although she doesn't know what. She knows something about who did it. “They're a coward, this is cowardice." Tulsa Police investigated but have no suspects.

It happened just before 7 AM Thursday near 63rd and Garnett, so someone may have seen something. Anyone with information should call Crimestoppers at 596-COPS.