Road rage incident leads to shots fired

Published: 04/07/2019, 6:07 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(TULSA, Okla.) On Sunday at 10:00 A.M., officers were assigned to a “shots fired” call at 10100 E. 21st Street. A woman said she had been driving down 21st Street westbound when she stopped behind another car at the light at 123rd E. Avenue. The car was a Silver Chevy Camaro.  When the light turned green, the Camaro failed to go forward so the caller honked her horn.  The driver of the Camaro held a handgun out of the driver’s side window and pointed it at the victim.  As the Camaro went forward, the caller stayed behind it because she was scared to pull alongside.  Finally, at the Highway 169 light, the Camaro stopped in the left turn lane and she had to drive by.  As she did so, the driver of the Camaro fired multiple shots in her direction and she heard what sounded like bullets hitting metal.  She drove away and stopped in the old K-Mart lot to call 911.  No bullets hit her car, but officers did find damage to a traffic signal pole.  The suspect was described as a Hispanic male in his 30s with short black hair and a mustache.  He appeared to be “stocky”. Officers are still searching for the suspect.


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