Lots of confusion after shots ring out at a Pizza Hut parking lot near 31st and Memorial overnight.
A victim ended up getting shot in the buttocks. Another victim ended up getting his armed grazed by a bullet.
Tulsa police say everything started outside a club near 21st and Garnett at around 1:45 a.m. Shots were fired, but nobody was hit.
About an hours later, it's believed a lot of the people from the club migrated over to a Pizza Hut parking lot near 31st and Memorial. Police say there were at least 100 people at the parking lot when shots were fired again.
A Tulsa County deputy happened to be working security in the area and immediately called for help.
Police say when they arrived, there was a lot of confusion. Officer did find one man shot in his buttocks.
A short time later, officers received a call about another shooting at a motel a block away from the Pizza Hut. Police say the call ended up being a mix-up.
It's believed somebody who was at the Pizza Hut parking lot ran into the hotel to say somebody had been shot.
About an hour later, another shooting call went out near 25th and Sheridan. Again, this ended up being connected with the shots fired at the Pizza Hut.
The victim told police he had walked to the house from the Pizza Hut. He had been grazed in his arm with a bullet.
Police say nobody has been taken in custody for the shootings. They also wouldn't say if this was gang-related.
Neither shooting victim has life-threatening injuries.