Gun battle in Bartlesville leaves one person injured, police say

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – Police in one northeast Oklahoma city are investigating after a gun battle broke out in a neighborhood, leaving one person injured.

At around 5 a.m., police were called to the scene near S Madison Blvd. and Baylor Dr. after gunshots rang out.

FOX 23 reports, according to Bartlesville police, an SUV and car pulled up to a home and at some point, the gun battle occurred.

The incident involved three guns and at least 30 rounds were fired, possibly from an AR-15 style rifle, according to officials.

One man in the SUV was shot several times and then flown to a Tulsa hospital. His condition is unknown.

Police say a suspect, or suspects, took off in a gray Dodge Challenger with a Texas license plate.

Authorities were questioning four people who could have possibly been involved and were inside the home at the time of the incident. Two people have been arrested; one for obstruction and one for an outstanding warrant in Tulsa.

Police are still looking for 24-year-old Caleb McCabe.

Baylor Drive was shut down while police investigated the scene.

The shooting took place across the street from a middle school. Students arriving at school Thursday morning had to enter the school through a different entrance.

The incident remains under investigation.

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