TULSA - Three people were arrested after a series of shootings in north Tulsa early Thursday morning.
Around 3 a.m. a man was leaving his house and turned onto East Young Street near North Wheeling Avenue when three black males walked in front of his vehicle, forcing him to slow down, police say.
One of the men pointed a handgun and fired at the man, striking his windshield and then a stocking cap he was wearing.
Thirty minutes later, police were called to Hillcrest Medical Center in reference to a shooting. A second victim said she was driving east on East Virgin Street at North Madison Avenue when three men stood in the street and one pointed a gun at her.
Police say she accelerated and drove around them but the suspect fired, striking her in both arms.
Around 4:30 a.m., police were called to a third shooting near 3600 N. Hartford Ave. Police say the caller reported a black male standing in the middle of the street as she was driving. The woman said two other males were standing on the sidewalk.
Police say the victim said the man in the street pointed something at her and she drove around him, then called police.
Officers in teh area found three subjects walking on the sidewalk near 4500 N. Hartford Ave. They walked into the middle of the street, causing the officer to slow down.
Police say the subjects seemed to notice it was a police car behind them. One of the subjects turned and walked toward the officer as the other two attempted to walk away.
All three were taken into custody for questioning.
Police say a revolver was found near where one of the suspects was standing.
Police arrested Reggie Williams, 18, Brittany Sanders, 25, and Demarreion Aldredge, 18, on two counts of shooting with intent to kill and pointing a deadly weapon. Sanders also faces one count of false impersonation.
The three were booked into the Tulsa County Jail on several hundred thousand dollar bonds each.