Neighbor Witnessed Entire Shooting Scene In NW OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY - Police help identifying and locating two shooting suspects last seen Friday.
It all started around 10 p.m. at an apartment complex on N.W. 63rd Street in Oklahoma City.
Neighbor Myra Edmondson says she and her grandchildren saw it all unfold.
“They were in the house balling especially the little ones,” Edmondson said of her grandchildren.
Edmondson says both the victim and suspects live in the apartment complex.
She heard them arguing late Friday.
“That's all I heard was ‘money, money, money.’ I guess one of them owed the other one money and he wanted all of his money,” Edmondson said.
Police confirm it all started with an argument between the victim and two suspects.
According to officers, the victim went into a friend’s apartment, but the suspects were relentless.
Police say the female suspect fired three rounds into the door, hitting the victim three times.
The victim’s friend called police, but managed to get a clear view of the suspects before they took off.
Officers are hoping to identify the suspects who left in a four-door silver Cadillac with tinted windows.
They are described as a slim African-American woman and tall African-American man.
“They got in the car and left. As soon as it happened they got in their car and left,” Edmondson said.
The victim was taken to the hospital but his injuries were non-life threatening.