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2 in custody after confrontation outside N.W. Oklahoma City home turns violent

OKLAHOMA CITY – Two people are custody after a confrontation outside a northwest Oklahoma City home has turned violent.

Around 10:45 a.m., police were called to a ‘check the welfare’ call near N.W. 5th and Brauer.

The calling party told police there was a man lying on the ground and they possibly heard a gunshot.

When officers arrived, they learned two men were outside a home in the area when they started arguing.

At some point during the argument, 33-year-old Walter Williams grabbed a gun and shot 30-year-old Daniel R. Gonzalez.

Williams was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.

His roommate, 28-year-old Tony Hensley, has also been arrested for accessory after-the-fact.

The victim is currently in critical condition at the hospital.