Three fire arms and gang paraphernalia were recovered this week when police searched the homes of two individuals accused of a shooting at a Hmong celebration.
Tulsa Police performed the search operation in Wagoner County at two separate residences. One was located at South 214th East Avenue and another at South 216th East Avenue.
According to the statement provided, officers recovered an AK-47 rifle, a handgun and a .22 rifle. Additionally, MOD gang paraphernalia and religious shrines were found.
Last weekend, Tulsa Police placed Meng Lee and Boonmlee Lee in custody. Both are accused of wounding five people during the shooting at the Green Country Event Center.
Tulsa police say the alleged shooters and the victims were all Hmong and that there was "probably a relationship" between the men in custody and the victims. The men are accused of injuring five Hmong who were attending a traditional New Year's festival Saturday night.
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