TULSA -- A Tulsa-area police task force yielded eye-opening results. For weeks, officers teamed up to target the problem of illegal guns across the city.
It was an effort to stem the violence seen recently in the city.
2 Works for You reporter Katie Wisely was side-by-side with officers as they tracked down some of the most violent suspects.
Tulsa police made more than 100 felony arrests in three and a half weeks, seized nearly 50 illegally possessed firearms, located 17 stolen cars and served 55 felony warrants.
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