Two people arrested after deputies respond to fight, shots fired call at west Tulsa club

Posted at 9:38 AM, Jan 14, 2018

TULSA -- Two people are behind bars after deputies responded to a domestic disturbance and a shots fired call early Sunday morning. 

Tulsa County sheriff's deputies responded to the Secrets Gentlemen's Club, located at 6530 Charles Page Blvd., just after 1 a.m. When they arrived, deputies said they found several customers holding Carl Walker and Tylisa Morris on the ground. 

Witnesses told deputies that the two got into a domestic dispute inside the bar, and Walker shoved Morris' head into the stage and punched her in the mouth. The bar then kicked out the two, and their fighting continued in the parking lot. 

Deputies said Walker pulled out a gun from his car, and another customer grabbed him and took him to the ground. According to deputies, Morris then grabbed the gun and pointed it to the driver's side of the car. A customer then pulled Morris out of the car, and that's when deputies said she fired a shot into the air. 

When deputies recovered the gun, they said they learned it was reported stolen. 

Deputies booked Walker into the Tulsa County jail on several complaints, including domestic assault and battery, possession of a firearm after a felony conviction, knowingly concealing stolen property, reckless handling of a firearm and possession of a firearm while intoxicated. 

Deputies arrested Morris for pointing a deadly weapon, reckless handling of a firearm and knowingly concealing stolen property.