Man accused of cheating shot in the head by fiancé

Published: 05/22/2020, 7:03 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(TULSA, Okla.) At about 3 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Extended Stay at 3414 S. 79th E.A. Upon arrival they learned that the suspect, Sha-lisa Harlin, arrived with a gun believing that her fiancé was being unfaithful. She encountered the first victim, a female friend of the woman suspected of being with the man. Harlin pointed a gun at her, demanding that she take her to where her fiancé and the other woman were located. The woman complied. Harlin, still armed with the gun then confronted the other woman. Harlin pointed the gun at her face while confronting her. The male victim saw what was occurring and intervened. He got between the women and attempted to grab the gun away from her. Harlin jerked the gun back and it went off accidentally. He again tried to take the gun, wresting for it, when it went off again. It was believed that the male hit his head when he fell during this time. Upon arriving the male victim did not state that he had been shot. It was believed that he had a laceration from falling and hitting his head. He was uncooperative but conscious and talking. He walked to the ambulance without assistance. He was transported to the hospital and only an x-ray revealed that he had actually been shot in the head. His condition deteriorated at the hospital and he is in critical condition. Detectives were notified and processed the scene. Harlin was arrested for Pointing a Deadly Weapon x2, Domestic Assault and Battery and Shooting with Intent to Kill.


This story has no comments yet