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UPDATE: 4/24/2023 7:51 P.M.

According to the Midwest City Police Department, the suspect in the shooting at Rose State College on Monday has been identified as 30-year-old Brandon Morrissette.

Brandon R. Morrissette. Image courtesy Midwest City Police Department.
Brandon R. Morrissette. Image courtesy Midwest City Police Department.

Police say Morrissette’s wife and the victim were both students at Rose State College and it appeared the two were walking out of the Humanities building on campus together.

That is when Morrissette confronted them and shot at the 20-year-old victim, who was pronounced dead at the scene. According to police, Morrissette surrendered and was taken into custody. He will be held for First Degree Murder as the investigation continues.


MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – One person is dead and another is in custody after an Active Shooter Alert was issued at Rose State College just after noon Monday.

The incident occurred near the campus’ humanities building.

Investigators say the two men knew each other and it is believed to be an isolated incident.

Midwest City Police say officers on campus quickly found and confronted the suspect. They ordered him to drop the gun, he complied and was taken into custody without incident.

Identities of the victim and suspect are not available at this time.

Officers have since released campus buildings from lock-down one building at a time and the all-clear has been given.

Mid-Del schools also went on lock-down as a precaution.

Rose State classes and activities have been canceled for the remainder of the day.

Rose State College issued the following statement after the incident:

This is a developing story. KFOR crews are on scene and will bring you the latest as it becomes available.