Two shootings Saturday night in northwest Oklahoma City sent at least two people to hospitals.
Lt. Gamille Hardin said police do not think the shootings are related, but they are still working out the details and the crimes are tying up resources into the night.
“It's so much,” Hardin said. “We're trying to make sense of it.”
The shootings occurred between 10:10 and 10:20 p.m. — one at 5617 NW 50 and the other at 12601 N Pennsylvania Avenue.
Police said there were at least three victims from shootings, but they were not sure how, or if, they were related.
One victim was found at the NW 50 location.
Another victim drove himself to Baptist Integris with gunshot wounds that were not life threatening. Police said he was not cooperating with them.
There also was a third victim from the N Pennsylvania Avenue shooting, police said.
Friends and relatives at the hospital declined to talk to The Oklahoman.