OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Authorities are releasing more information following a shooting that injured two people in southwest Oklahoma City on Tuesday night.
Around 10:35 p.m. on Tuesday, officers with the Oklahoma City Police Department were called to S.W. 46th and Ross after dispatchers received multiple calls about gunshots being heard in the area.
As officers arrived at the scene, police stopped a car that matched the description of the suspect’s vehicle less than a block away.
Investigators say the driver of the car, a 38-year-old man, was suffering from a gunshot wound through his cheek.
He was treated and released from a local hospital
Once at the scene, police also found a 30-year-old victim who was suffering from gunshot wounds to the neck and leg.
Authorities say that victim was admitted to a local hospital in stable condition.
Officials say neither person was very forthcoming about the shooting.
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