The city of Oklahoma After a shooting that occurred over the weekend in Bricktown, one individual was brought to the hospital.
At about 10:30 on Saturday night, police were called to a shooting incident between Reno and Mickey Mantle Drive.
Police claim that after shooting the victim once, the perpetrator fled the scene.
People passing by who heard the gunfire described the scene as chaotic.
“And as we’re about halfway down, next [thing], you know, we hear about seven or eight gunshots go out right away,” said witness Austin Pullin. “There were multiple gunshots because they were so close together. Since everything was moving relatively quickly, everyone once more began to run. The panic was severe.
The victim’s injuries are not life-threatening and are anticipated to recover completely.
Police claim that the suspect only described a black male wearing a grey hoodie and trousers. Still on the run, the suspect.
Two people were shot near Oklahoma and Reno avenues Saturday night
On Saturday night, two people were shot close to Oklahoma and Reno avenues. Although the victims were transferred to a hospital, the extent of their injuries is still unknown. It’s unknown what precipitated the shooting or if there were any further participants. According to OKCPD, a group disturbance resulted in the shooting, and guns were drawn. Investigations continue at the scene.
Oklahoma City Police Department is looking into the Bricktown Shooting. It’s not yet apparent what started the shooting or if there were any additional persons involved. Although they were rushed to a neighbouring hospital for treatment, it is unknown how the victims are now. As the inquiry develops, more details will be made public.
Cousin of Bricktown shooting victim arrested in death
According to authorities, a fight between two cousins early on Sunday in Bricktown left one guy dead and another facing a murder charge.
When Oklahoma City police arrived at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites at 101 E Main St. in response to a report at 2:25 a.m., they discovered Mario Vines, 48, dead inside a corridor.
According to the police, Tarius Reed, Vines’ 39-year-old cousin, drew a gun on Vines during their argument and fatally shot him.
At the scene, vines were declared dead.
Based on a murder accusation, Reed was lodged in the Oklahoma County jail. He wasn’t being released on bail.
According to the officials, the cousins from Daphne, Alabama, were in Oklahoma City on business.
The gunshot fatality marks Oklahoma City’s 12th homicide of the year.
Greenbrier Mall evacuated after shots fired outside mall; no injuries reported
According to authorities, shots were fired in the parking lot on Saturday night, forcing the evacuation of Greenbrier Mall.
Just before 8:15 p.m., Chesapeake police were called to a shooting that was allegedly taking place in the mall’s parking lot, which is situated in the 1400 block of Greenbrier Parkway. Less than an hour before the mall was scheduled to close, gunfire rang out as holiday shopping was closing.
It is not an active shooter situation, according to Det. Alison Robare of the Chesapeake Police Department. She stated that it is thought the shooter fled the site on foot before police arrived. There is no sign of a suspect.
Police discovered a crime scene close to the former Sears shop. As of 9:45 p.m., there were no victims and no injuries, according to the police.
Although the mall was evacuated out of caution, authorities believe the gunfire was isolated.
Less than three weeks prior, six people were killed, and Three more were hurt in a neighbouring Walmart shooting.