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OKC Police Release Names Of Two Victims Of Triple Shooting At Event Center

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Police have released the names of two victims shot outside Pulse Event Center early Sunday morning. Police have released the names of two victims shot outside Pulse Event Center early Sunday morning.
Undated mug shot of Raymond Huddleston from the Oklahoma County Detention Center. Undated mug shot of Raymond Huddleston from the Oklahoma County Detention Center.
Undated mug shot of Anthony Jackson from the Oklahoma County Detention Center. Undated mug shot of Anthony Jackson from the Oklahoma County Detention Center.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City Police have identified two people shot early Sunday morning outside the Pulse Event Center, but they are still withholding the name of the third victim.

Someone opened fire around 3 a.m. on December 2 at Roxbury and Northwest Expressway. Three people were shot. Two victims, including 34-year-old Raymond Huddleston, died at the scene. The third victim, 35-year-old Anthony Jackson, was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive.

12/2/2012 Related Story: Two Killed, One Injured In Shooting Outside OKC Event Center

Police have not released the name of the second person who was killed.

Police say some type of disturbance led to the shooting. Investigators are still speaking to witnesses. They have not made any arrests or identified any suspects.

The fatal shootings mark the 89th and 90th homicides in Oklahoma City this year.

Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to call the Homicide Tip Line at (405) 297-1200

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