OKLAHOMA CITY - Court documents are revealing more information about what investigators found when they searched the suspected Lake Hefner shooter's home.
Shortly before 6:30 p.m. on Thursday evening, police were called to Louie’s On The Lake at Lake Hefner following a reported shooting.
Family members say 28-year-old Alexander Tilghman shot Natalie Will, and her daughter, 12-year-old Syniah Giles, as they were walking into the restaurant.
Authorities say another young girl was also shot, and a man suffered a broken bone in the chaos after the shooting began.
After firing into the restaurant, investigators say Tilghman was confronted by two armed individuals. Officials say Tilghman was shot about 50 to 75 feet from the front door of the restaurant.
A search warrant for Alexander Tilghman’s home uncovered numerous firearm-related items.
Investigators found a gun magazine loaded with 17 9mm rounds, three boxes of ammo, pistol and revolver cartridges, a gun belt, handcuffs, and pepper spray.
In total, around 100 rounds were found in the home. A gun expert tell us even if Tilghman tried to use all of his resources during the shooting, time wouldn't have been on his side.
"Well, with only the magazine in the pistol, if it`s the same pistol, 17 rounds, and then the extra 17-round magazine, it would have required manual reloading of the magazines to shoot more than the 34 rounds that the magazines hold," said Mike Rust with H&H Shooting Sports. "But to do something quickly with only two magazines would have required a lot of skill."
Detectives also seized two computers, a smart phone, a notebook, and multiple other live rounds.