Women Identified In Sulphur Shooting That Injured Two Law Enforcement Officials
SULPHUR, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) released the identities of the women involved in Monday evening's standoff in Sulphur. Authorities said 45-year-old Lisa Colleen Schaatveld was inside a business at 816 W. 12th Street with a gun. Investigators said she pointed the gun at herself several times during a nearly five-hour standoff with police officers.
OSBI agents were told Scaatveld pointed the gun at officers around 8 p.m. Monday. Authorities said “numerous officers fired their weapons striking Schaatveld several times in the upper extremity of her body.” Schaatveld was taken to OU Medical by flight in Oklahoma City, currently listed in critical condition.
Investigators said a Sulphur police officer and an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper were injured during the shooting. Both were treated and released from the hospital.
After the shooting, OSBI said Angela Sealy, 46, was arrested at the scene for assault and battery on a police officer and obstructing an officer during the performance of their duties. Sealy was booked into the city jail in Sulphur.