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    A woman is taken to the hospital after gunshots are fired into a residence. We're told someone in a silver car took aim at a house on North Frankfort Avenue around 9 p.m. Tuesday. We don't know the victim's condition, but she is expected to recover. Tulsa police found several shell casings at the scene, but the suspect remains at large.
  • Quick facts: Someone reportedly shot a 19-year-old outside a skate shop in south Tulsa. Police say the incident likely came during a drug deal gone wrong. A suspect is still at large. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. Investigators say a man was seriously injured in a shooting near 51st and Peoria. They say a man, 19, showed up to the OSU Medical Center after he was shot in the head. He was moved to St. Francis in grave condition. Later, family members identified him as Nick Morris.Morris is on life support. Investigators say the shooting came during an altercation between people in a black car and a Jeep outside the Quickie Mart skate shop. Surveillance video reportedly shows drug transactions in the parking lot. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight Investigators believe the shooting happened during what looked like a robbery attempt or drug deal gone wrong. They say someone in the Jeep got out and walked into the other car before a struggle ensued.Investigators believe someone in the black car tried to kidnap that individual before a teen in the Jeep opened fire on the car. They say all the teens involved were armed.A victim in the back seat of the black car was shot in the head.WATCH: Surveillance footage from the incident The suspect is still at large. He was identified as 18-year-old Amadeuss Becerra. The suspect and his brother, the teen who police say entered the black car during the incident, are students at Edison High School. They both reportedly called in sick Tuesday.An SUV possibly related to the crime was later found and impounded.The owner of Quickie Mart s ays they try to reach out to the community, letting people come skate, hosting events and often feeding people. He says they've dealt with some petty crime in the past 15 years, but nothing to this magnitude.He says it's unfortunate that people would bring illegal drug sales to their parking lot. He feels the people chose their parking lot because it's so well-known to a lot of people.Employees don't want people to be afraid to come to their shop. They add that in this day and age, things like this could happen anywhere.Police say Quickie Mart didn't have anything to do with the crime and that the store is helping with the investigation. Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: Someone reportedly crashed into Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers' vehicles. They were at the scene of a fatal collision east of Miami, Oklahoma. The troopers sustained minor injuries. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. Two Oklahoma troopers sustained minor injuries while investigating a fatal collision Monday evening when their vehicles were struck by other drivers.Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers were investigating a fatal three-vehicle collision on the Will Rogers Turnpike, about six miles east of Miami, Oklahoma.'Their vehicles were struck while parked,' OHP spokesman Dwight Durant said. 'They're fine, though, just some minor injuries.'The troopers were treated and released from a Miami hospital.The driver of a 1998 Oldsmobile allegedly rear-ended a trooper's patrol vehicle about 10:15 p.m. while that trooper was pulling onto the shoulder on Interstate 44 to assist with the fatal collision investigation.The trooper's patrol vehicle was pushed into another patrol vehicle.The cause of the fatal collision remains under investigation, according to an OHP report. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight The report states that three vehicles, a 1992 Geo Prizm , 2005 Chevrolet Equinox and a 2012 Freightliner tractor-trailer rig, were involved in the collision about 9:30 p.m. Monday near Miami. The driver of the Equinox was treated and released from an area hospital. The Freightliner driver was uninjured.Emergency responders transported the driver of the Geo Prizm, Brittany Bradley, 28, of Richfield, Missouri, to a Missouri hospital in good condition, according to the report. The Prizm's passenger, 31-year-old Veronica Rose Blake of Nevada, Missouri, died at the scene after she was ejected from the vehicle during the collision.Blake was ejected 80 feet from where the Prizm's point of rest, according to the report. Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: Ganey Fairley is accused of putting an eight-month-old child in the hospital. He says the child was injured in an accident. He gave his side of the story Tuesday. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. The man accused of putting an eight-month-old in the hospital with a traumatic brain injury is speaking out.Ganey Fairley says he wants to clear his name.Fairley says Comorion Moore's injuries were accidental.He says he was watching Moore and Moore's big brother while their mother, his girlfriend, was at work.Fairley says they had just moved into the apartment complex where they were living, so boxes and clothes were still on the floor.Fairley says he tripped while walking with the baby back to the bathroom to give him a bath.He says at first Comorion was crying and then he went limp. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight Fairley says he laid the baby on the bed and splashed cold water on him to try and get him to wake up. He denied the police report's claims that he tried to shake the baby to wake him up. Fairley says his phone was dead.He says he tried to go next door for help but no one was home.He says a couple of minutes later, his girlfriend, the baby's mother, walked in the door.Fairley doesn't deny he's been violent in the past.He says he and his ex-girlfriend, Stephanie Newman, did have some violent arguments, but he says he has never and will never hurt a child.Prosecutors have charged Fairley with child abuse and child neglect. He's being held on $100,000 bond.Doctors now say the baby will survive, but that his life will never be the same. Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: Joshua Wann is accused of crashing a car while driving drunk. Police say he attacked an officer while in handcuffs. He is a teacher at Broken Arrow High School. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. A Broken Arrow English teacher is accused of attacking an officer during his arrest.Joshua Wann, 29, was arrested after he reportedly crashed a car driving through a red light. Broken Arrow police say Wann was driving drunk.They say he smelled like Listerine and alcohol when they got to the scene. Wann allegedly failed sobriety tests, and police arrested him for driving under the influence. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight When police pulled up to the jail, they say Wann shimmied his hands in front of him and hit an officer in the face with his handcuffs.Police say they used a Taser on Wann and added a felony assault and battery on a police officer complaint against him.Wann teaches English at Broken Arrow High School. The school district released a statement following his arrest: 'BAPS is dismayed to learn of one of our teacher's recent arrest. We do not tolerate this type of behavior and are working with the proper authorities to effectively address this matter.' Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: Three teens are dead after they reportedly broke into a home in Wagoner County Monday. Officials say a homeowner's young adult son shot and killed the suspects with an AR-15. A fourth suspect, identified as Elizabeth Rodriguez, went to jail on three first degree murder complaints Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. Three teens are dead after an alleged home invasion attempt reportedly ended in a shooting Monday.It happened near 91st and 241st East Avenue in the Wagoner County part of Broken Arrow.According to officials with the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, three masked people broke into the house through the back door with the intent of burglarizing the home. Officials say the homeowner's young adult son killed all three with an AR-15.Though they initially believed the son was 19, they now say he was 23-year-old Zach Peters.The homeowner was also home, but officials say he was not involved. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight Wagoner County officials later identified the teens as Max Cook, 19, Jake Woodruff, 16, and Jacob Redfearn , 17. They say one suspect had a knife and another had brass knuckles. Officials say a fourth suspect will likely face charges related to the incident.The 21-year-old female, who deputies say was the getaway driver, went into police custody. She was later identified as Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez and arrested on three complaints of first-degree murder and three complaints of first-degree burglary. Officials from the Wagoner County District Attorney's Office said they do not anticipate filing official charges until later in the week.In Oklahoma, those believed to be committing a felony that results in a death can face murder charges, even if they did not actually kill anyone.Rodriguez reportedly knew of the home before the incident. A witness reportedly told investigators that Rodriguez had told the other three suspects to burglarize the home while she waited in the driveway. She reportedly drove away when she heard gunshots.Officials have not named the witness or how that individual may have been involved in the incident.They also say they do not know of a connection between the suspects and the homeowner at this time.Rodriguez is being held without bond.The investigation is ongoing, and charges may not be filed for days because of the complexity of the case.WATCH: Officials held a news conference Tuesday to address the incident: Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: A woman was injured during a north Tulsa drive-by shooting Tuesday. She was home alone near East Pine and MLK Tuesday night when someone reportedly opened fire from a silver car. She was wounded, but made it outside to a neighbor's house to call police. She was conscious when she went to the hospital. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight
  • Quick facts: Police say two victims were injured in a midtown Tulsa stabbing Tuesday night. According to police, at least one of the victims was seriously hurt. The incident took place near Admiral and Utica in midtown Tulsa. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: Veterans' cries for help may not be heard. One disabled Marine said he didn't feel like he could count on the Veterans Crisis Line, so he called another veteran. He said that friend actually called the line for him, but he doesn't remember any follow-up since then. FOX23 went through an evaluation by the Inspector General's Office and found that they said 'VCL staff did not respond adequately' to some veterans' urgent needs and recommended 16 changes. The VA says they're fixing the problems immediately and making changes to the crisis line. Watch FOX23 News at 5:30 to learn more. HOW TO CONTACT THE VETERANS CRISIS LINE (VCL): To reach a trained VA professional who is specially trained to attend to emotional crises for veterans and service members: -- Dial the National Suicide Prevention Hotline number, 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Veterans should choose option 1 to reach a VCL Responder; -- Text 838255 - A VCL responder will text back. -- Chat online at https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/ Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion
  • Quick facts: A woman found a Bible at a garage sale in Arkansas. She returned it to the previous owner in Tulsa. The teen who owned the Bible recently had open-heart surgery. Download the FOX23 News app for alerts sent straight to your phone. A missing Bible was recently discovered at a garage sale in Arkansas after it was lost for two years.Belinda Russell said the woman selling the bible reportedly found it lying in the road in Tulsa.Russell asked if she could take it and find the rightful owner.Using the name on the Bible, she was able to do an Internet search and discovered it belonged to a teen named Taylor Malonson. Trending Now on FOX23.com Homeowner shoots, kills 3 Wagoner Co. home invasion Animal lovers band together to give cat a full nine lives after north Tulsa fire Man shot in head near south Tulsa skate shop Teen who threw newborn baby out window won't serve any jail time Comedian Gabriel Iglesias in life-threatening battle with his weight On Sunday, Russell was able to return the Bible to Malonson and his family. Malonson recently had open-heart surgery and says he is grateful to have his Bible back.Belinda says she is grateful God was able to use her to return it to its rightful owner. Trending Video VIDEO: Accused getaway driver charged with murder after home invasion