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Three Individuals Fire Gun Shots at Motorists in North Tulsa

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Brittany Sanders, 24 Brittany Sanders, 24
Reggie Williams, 18 Reggie Williams, 18
Demarreion Aldredge, 18 Demarreion Aldredge, 18

Tulsa Police are investigating a series of incidents in north Tulsa in which three individuals fired gun shots at motorists early Thursday morning.

The shootings began just after 3 a.m. when a man left his residence at Young and Wheeling Avenue and was confronted by three individuals in front of his vehicle at a convenience store near Apache and Harvard.

Those three were identified as: Reggie Williams, 18, Demarreion Aldredge, 18, and Brittany Sanders, 24,

TPD said it was then that three fire gun shots into his windshield where the bullet struck the driver in the stocking cap he was wearing. He was not injured during the incident.

Just after 3:30 a.m., another incident occurred that left a female injured. She was driving near Virgin and Madison when one of three suspects fired a gun shot at her.

According to her incident report, she was transported to the Hillcrest Medical Center where she received treatment for the gun shot that went through one of her arms.

An hour later, another female was driving when the three suspects appeared before her in the street at 44th Street North and Hartford Avenue.

There, the woman called police after one of the suspects pointed an object at her.

Police were able to apprehend the three suspects and were taken into custody. An investigation is currently ongoing.

Stay with KTUL.com as we update this story.

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