TULSA - Three people were injured in an overnight shooting outside of the Trade Winds Inn near I-44 and Harvard Saturday morning.
Police say three people were shot in the leg, and one of them in the arm, around 1 a.m.
When officers arrived, they originally thought the call was related to a bar inside the hotel, but they say the people involved had rented a banquet room at the hotel.
A disturbance broke out at the party, and the hotel staff asked everyone to leave. Police say one of the partiers began shooting in the parking lot.
"All of the witnesses that we've talked to so far have said that this is gang related some how, some way, don't know how many gangs are involved or what was the cause of the actual shots to be fired," Captain Mike Eckert said.
None of the injures were life threatening.
Police say they do not have a suspect description.
Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.
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