BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - Tulsa police say they found three guns after serving search warrants on two homes in connection with a shooting last weekend at a Hmong gathering in east Tulsa.
Police say the department's organized gang unit served warrants at homes near East 41st Street South and South 209th East Avenue in Broken Arrow.
At the second home, police say they found the firearms, ammunition, "MOD" gang paraphernalia and multiple religious shrines.
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An AK-47 rifle, a handgun and a .22 rifle were confiscated but no arrests were made.
On Oct. 12, five people were shot at the Green Country Event Center near 31st and Garnett. Witnesses say between 300 and 400 people were gathered for an event sponsored by the Hmong American Association when a man walked in and started shooting.
Shortly thereafter two people were arrested when people saw a suspicious-looking vehicle leaving the scene. Boonmlee Lee and Meng Lee face five counts of shooting with intent to kill, possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm in commission of a felony.
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The homes on which the warrants were served are those of the parents of the two suspects.