BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Broken Arrow police arrested the suspect involved in a shooting that left two people critically injured last Thursday at a McDonald's.
Detectives arrested 22 year-old Joshua John Smith on Wednesday, according to the City of Broken Arrow. Officials said police expect to arrest two other suspects involved in the crime.
On Nov. 12, officers responded to the scene around 8:18 p.m. near North Aspen Avenue and West Concord Circle North. Once officers arrived, they found two victims, a 17 year-old and a 21 year-old, with life threatening gunshot wounds.
The victims were treated by Broken Arrow Fire Department Paramedics and then taken to a local hospital.
There's no word yet on the condition of those victims.
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