3 Arrested After Overnight Crime Spree In Norman
NORMAN, Oklahoma - Three people have been arrested in connection to an overnight drive-by shooting, burglary and reported kidnapping in Norman.
According to officials, Norman police responded to a reported shooting at 9:40 p.m. Thursday near 24th Ave SE and east Lindsey Street. Witnesses reported that several individuals in a white SUV fired shots at duplexes and left the area.
Around 1:15 a.m. Friday, Norman police responded to reports of a burglary in process near east Lindsey Street and 12th Ave SE. Officers were advised by the reporting party that three armed men had forced their way inside the home and kidnapped a female resident, officials said.
According to report, when officers arrived on the scene, they saw a white SUV with occupants matching the suspect descriptions leaving the area. Officers conducted a traffic stop and took the three men into custody. The female victim was not injured, officials said.
Police said they located two stolen and loaded firearms in the back of the SUV, as well as ammunition that matches the shell casings found at the scene of the drive by shooting near 24th Ave SE and east Lindsey Street.
Investigators believe the three suspects were involved in both incidents, officials said.
The three male suspects were later identified as 21-year-old Quintez Allen, 21-year-old Jeron Kilcullen and a 16-year-old juvenile.
Allen and Kilcullen were transported to the Cleveland County Detention Center.
Allen was booked on complaints of first degree burglary, domestic assault and battery, using an offensive weapon during commission of a felony, carrying firearms after a felony conviction, possession of stolen property, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, officials said.
Kilcullen was booked on complaints of first degree burglary, using an offensive weapon during commission of a felony, carrying a firearm after a felony conviction, possession of stolen property, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, officials said.
The incidents are under investigation.