Oklahoma City police are piecing together a shooting that involved multiple suspects and scenes. Police said four men were shooting at each other while driving through a neighborhood on the southeast side of the city.
A neighborhood near Southeast 54th and Chad Road erupted into gunfire on Saturday night.
Investigators now know Darron Robinson, Nicholas Tubbs, Darrin Cade and Adam Cozort were allegedly shooting at each other from two cars.
“When officers arrived, they located one vehicle there in the street,” said Sgt. Dillon Quirk, Oklahoma City Police Department.
The car was found abandoned and police knew it was involved in the shootout due to the evidence left behind.
“This vehicle had several bullet defects,” said Quirk. “It had blood inside the vehicle, no subjects were located.”
Witnesses told officers they saw two men run from the car.
Meanwhile on the southwest side an officer spotted two men drive to the emergency room at Integris Southwest Medical Center.
“While they were investigating that scene,” said Quirk. “Another vehicle arrived at a local hospital with two individuals, one with a gunshot wound.”
Police connected the two men who showed up at the hospital to the original shooting.
Investigators let surrounding police agencies know the two other suspects were on the run.
Del City police stopped a car near Southeast 44th and Bryant Avenue and inside were the two wanted suspects.
Police confirmed they had all four suspects in custody. Three of them were injured from the gunfire and police said none of them were willing to give investigators a clear motive for the shootings.
“Stories conflicted and they’re still working the details out through the investigation,” said Quirk.
All four men are in custody at the Oklahoma County Detention Center on multiple complaints.