TULSA, Okla. - The modified lockdown placed on six Tulsa schools has been lifted after a reported shooting in north Tulsa Thursday afternoon.
Officer's say the victim's girlfriend called police around 12:15 p.m. reporting he'd been shot in the stomach.
Police say the shooting happened near North Sheridan Road and I-244.
According to police, the incident began as an altercation Wednesday at a north Tulsa home and escalated from there.
Police say two men and a woman were involved in the shooting. Officials say one man shot the other man in the stomach three times.
The victim’s girlfriend says she just moved in and didn’t recognize the shooter.
She says the suspects came to the house banging on the door with baseball bats, even breaking a window with gunfire.
The victim is expected to be okay and is currently undergoing surgery.
Below is a list of schools briefly placed on lockdown Thursday:
- Bell Elementary
- McKinley Elementary
- Mitchell Elementary
- Tulsa Met JH
- Hamilton Elementary
- Owen Elementary
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