Oklahoma City police have arrested a 16-year-old boy in connection with Monday night's shooting in Bricktown that injured eight people.
Police took Avery Meyers into custody late Tuesday night. He was jailed on eight counts of shooting with intent to kill, and is being held on $160,000 bond.
Police also arrested Tuesday 19-year-old suspect Rodney Hill. Like Meyers, he's being held on eight counts of shooting with intent to kill.
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Police said Hill fired gunshots into a crowd of thousands of people Monday night as they packed the streets of Bricktown for game five of the playoff series between the Thunder and Lakers. Eight people were shot. A pregnant woman also received blunt force trauma when she was either kicked or punched after the shots were fired.
There are surveillance cameras in the area, but police don't know if they recorded any video of the shooting. Several of the cameras are down because of construction in the downtown area.
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