TULSA - The sole survivor of a mass shooting in Tulsa over the weekend has been less than cooperative in helping solve the murders and that has at least one high-ranking Tulsa police detective frustrated.
"I'm just a little frustrated by the underworld of the methamphetamine dealers, or users, I mean I know they're liars and cheats and thieves but now we've got people dropping and dying," Det. Sgt. Dave Walker told KRMG.
"We'd certainly like somebody to say 'this is the end of it, if you want to use your dope use your dope, you start killing people though and we're gonna get in the middle of your business.'"
He added that, "I'm not convinced we're ever going to clean this up," he added, meaning the meth problem. "But I am convinced that the people we run into that have a little bit of dope on them are going to hit the jailhouse. That's about the only way I know to deal with it."
Someone opened fire in a home near N. Harvard and Pine St. Saturday night, killing four people and injuring a fifth.
Walker said the people inside are known to police as drug users, and he's convinced meth played a role in the killings.
Also inside the home were several young children and one person at least 80 years old.
They were in a different part of the house and weren't hurt.
They also claim they didn't see anything, although police told KRMG Saturday night that they did hear the gunfire.
Detectives have very little to go on as far as a suspect description, they believe he was white, in his 30s or 40s.