A security guard and a bar patron were shot during a fight at a North Tulsa bar early Tuesday morning.
The shooting occurred at the 727 Club at Independence and Sheridan at 1:10 a.m. during a fight that broke
out inside and outside of the bar.
Police say at least three men got into the bed of a Chevy pickup truck and started shooting into the crowd gathered outside the bar as the truck drove away.
A security guard was shot in the shoulder and a bar patron was shot in the side. Both were taken by EMSA to a Tulsa hospital. Police say both victims are expected to survive.
“The bar people said that they’ve had fights off and on all night and it’s nothing unusual. But this one just seemed to accelerate and brought some shots fired to it,” said Tulsa Police Corporal Dan Miller.
Officers were able to find the pickup truck abandoned at the McKinley Apartments near 6700 East Latimer Place.
So far, no one has been arrested.
If you have any information about the shooting you can call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS. Remember you can remain anonymous.
Tulsa Police officers say a security guard was shot Saturday while patrolling an apartment complex.
The shooting happened at about 12:30 a.m. at 38th and Garnett.
The security guard told police he was patrolling the complex when he saw a group of people spray painting a bridge. The guard confronted them and that’s when the group started to run away.
The guard says he was shot in the ankle while chasing them.
The guard says he fired back and shot one of them, but officers say no blood was found at the scene.
Police say the security guard went to a nearby QuikTrip after the shooting.
Tulsa Police officers are searching for the suspects.
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