TULSA - A weekend shooting that injured five is leading to changes for one community association.
On Saturday, five people were shot during a celebration at the Green Country Event Center, located near 31st and Garnett.
The shooting involved members of the Hmong community and took place during a celebration hosted by one of the community's clans.
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As a result of the shooting, the Hmong American Association, which is headquartered in the Green Country Event Center, is working to make its own events safer.
The association's leaders said they plan to hire security guards for the organization's upcoming events, including a New Years celebration scheduled for Oct. 26.
Community leaders say what happened Saturday has never happened in the community's 30-plus year history in Tulsa.
They're determined to make sure it never happens again.
Tulsa police arrested two men for the incident.
Boonmlee Lee, 21, and his cousin, Meng Lee, 19, face multiple charges, including five counts of shooting with intent to kill.
The Lee family told 2NEWS they're still trying to figure out what exactly led to the shooting.
They say both men, originally from Thailand, have lived in Tulsa for the last five to six years. Family members said the men do not have previous criminal records and stayed out of trouble.
The family said they wanted to offer an apology to the victims and to the wider Hmong community for what happened.
Both suspects remain in jail.
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