OKC Police Arrest Shooting Suspect During His Meeting With Parole Officer

Thursday, February 7th 2013, 3:54 pm
By: News 9

Oklahoma City Police arrested a second suspect in the shooting of a police officer's son, moments after the suspect arrived for a meeting with his parole officer.

Spencer Davis, 20, was shot Tuesday afternoon at the Britton Courtyards Apartments at Britton and Rockwell. Officers arrested 23-year-old Marquice Allen on Thursday as he checked in with his parole officer.

Another man, 20-year-old Christopher O'Neill, was arrested Wednesday.

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According to an arrest warrant, Davis was standing near a car when Allen and O'Neill approached him. One of them pulled out a revolver, pointed it at Davis and demanded money.

Witnesses said Davis grabbed the gun and struggled with the two men. During the struggle, Davis was shot in the upper thigh. The bullet struck his femoral artery. He's still in the hospital.

Witnesses said the suspects hopped into a green car driven by a woman. The two men were later identified as Allen and O'Neill.

Allen was arrested on two complaints; shooting with intent to kill and robbery with a firearm.

Davis' family says one of the suspect's was actually a friend of the family.