North Tulsa Shooting Leaves Man Critically Wounded
Posted by: David Peterlinz, Photojournalist - email
Tulsa Police stand outside a home in the 200 block of E. Newton Place following a shooting that left a man critically wounded.
EMSA Paramedics load the shooting victim into a nearby ambulance
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Tulsa Police say a "domestic altercation" led to a shooting, which left a North Tulsa man in critical condition, late Saturday night.
Police were called to the home in the 200 block of East Newton Place just after 10 p.m.
Tulsa Police Corporal John Williams tells KTUL.com, that an altercation of some sort broke out between the two, leading to the shooting.
The victim, who's identity is not being released, was transported by EMSA to an area hospital in critical condition. Police took at least one person into custody in connection with the shooting. Charges are pending the outcome of their investigation.
Neighbors told KTUL.com, this is not the first incident they've witnessed between the couple.
This is a developing story, look for more later on-air on Tulsa's Channel 8 and online at KTUL.com.
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