MIDWEST CITY, Okla. - Police are investigating a deadly shooting in Midwest City.
Initial reports indicate someone was shot near N.E. 10th and Midwest Boulevard at 1:45p.m.
"All I heard was the shots," said a woman who lives in the neighborhood, who did not want to be identified. "And I thought they was firecrackers. I went in the house, I came back out, and I saw all this."
Midwest City Police have confirmed to NewsChannel 4 the victim is 16-year-old Keandre Bowser.
Officials say a red vehicle pulled up beside Bowser, who began talking with someone inside the car. Investigators believe there was an argument and several shots were fired.
Bowser died at the scene. Friends and relatives gathered to console one another and remember the teen who lost his life.
"He was funny, fun, just indescribable," said a woman who only identified herself as the victim's cousin. "Now I’m just never going to see him again."
"What is this world coming to?" said a boy who did not give his name but considers the victim a friend. "Why do they have to kill somebody’s kid?"
Police confirmed to NewsChannel 4 that Bowser was involved in the shooting death of another teenager last year.
In August 2015, Bowser was present when 14-year-old Lebron Davis died, after he was accidentally shot with a rifle.
Investigators are still searching for the red car involved in the shooting. Clabes said it could be a Pontiac. He also told NewsChannel 4 there are likely multiple people involved in the homicide.
Said Clabes: "We do have some good leads at this point, we’ve talked to several witnesses."