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Drive-By Shooting Victim Drives Self To MWC Police Department

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Authorities believe the victim was driving near Interstate 40 and Air Depot when another car pulled up and fired one shot. Authorities believe the victim was driving near Interstate 40 and Air Depot when another car pulled up and fired one shot.
MIDWEST CITY, Oklahoma -

Midwest City police are investigating a drive-by shooting Monday morning.

According to police, at about 7 a.m., the victim of a drive-by shooting drove himself to the Midwest City Police Department, located at Reno and Midwest Blvd., for help.

The man suffered a gunshot wound to his finger. News 9 reporter Rachel Calderon says he had a large bandage around his index and middle fingers. He is expected to be okay.

Authorities believe the victim was driving near Interstate 40 and Air Depot when another car pulled up and fired one shot.

Oklahoma City police officers also arrived to investigate the shooting, since it happened within Oklahoma City limits.

The victim told police that the suspect is the ex-boyfriend of his girlfriend. Oklahoma City police say they have identified the suspect, and they believe the suspect has "gang affiliation."

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