After ‘Senseless Violence,’ Shooting Victims Face Long Road To Recovery

Monday, September 7th 2020, 9:20 pm
By: Kristen Weaver

TULSA, Okla. -

Two victims of a triple shooting in Tulsa are alive but have a long road to recovery.

The family said community support is what’s getting them through what they’re calling a senseless act of violence.

"I'm overwhelmed at what's going to take place to live our lives now,” Raymond Delozier said.

One night changed Raymond Delozier's life forever. His physical pain comes from being shot in the stomach, but he is also in mental pain, knowing his girlfriend Shawna may never walk again. She was shot in the neck and suffered a severed spinal cord.

"They're saying she's going to have a ventilator for the rest of her life, and she can't move nothing from her neck down," Raymond said.

Tulsa Police said last month, Luis Cuadros, a neighbor, drove up to Raymond, Shawna, and another neighbor, Billy Clark near Pine and Union and shot all three of them. Billy died.

Raymond said they've had problems with Cuadros for years.

"He is always yelling and screaming and cussing," he said.

Raymond said Shawna is his whole world and loves their four-year-old daughter Shevy more than anything,

"There's not a soul she wouldn't help; she was always there to help anybody," said Robin Rozelle.

Shawna's sister Robin said she moved from Oklahoma City to be with Shawna and can't believe her sister may never be the same.

"This is a long road for all of us, a learning curve for all of us," she said.

Records show Cuadros has served seven years of a ten-year prison sentence for assault with a dangerous weapon. He is currently in the Osage County jail for first-degree murder, shooting with intent to kill and carrying a firearm as a felon.

"We're hanging on to the good things, but the financial battle ahead is what we have to focus on now," said Jim Lein, a family member.

The family said they are looking for any financial help, medical supplies or lumber to help build a wheelchair ramp when Shawna comes home from the hospital.

If you would like to help the family, you can find their GoFundMe link here.