Police: Wanted woman killed after firing shots at officers in south Tulsa

TULSA -- Police have released the names of the three officers involved in the death of suspect Madison Dickson.

Police say wanted woman Madison Dickson was struck and killed by a patrol vehicle during a shootout with officers.

Officer Kayla Johnson and Detective Ronnie Leatherman are the officers who fired shots during the incident.

Officer Jonathan Grafton is the officer who struck Dickson.

Police said wanted woman Madison Dickson was killed after she fired shots at officers in south Tulsa on Saturday afternoon.

The shooting was reported near 89th and Harvard.

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Tulsa police said Dickson, 21, was killed after an officer's squad car crashed into her. Police said Dickson fired bullets at multiple officers. She was wanted in connection with several recent crimes in the area, police said.

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Dickson was wanted in connection with a shooting Thursday night shooting in midtown. Investigators said a man was critically injured after Dickson allegedly shot him, leading to a crash.

Police said at 8:51 p.m. Thursday, they responded to a crash near 18th and Peoria. After the driver of the vehicle was shot, officers said he drove south on Peoria, hitting a small SUV near the intersection.

Dickson was also wanted in connection with several incidents last weekend,which included a shooting in the parking lot of a Walgreens, an armed robbery at a Best Buy store and a pointing a weapon report at an AMC Theater.

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