• Suspect, victim identified after shooting in north Tulsa

    By: Jackie DelPilar


    Story Highlights

    • A man was shot and killed near Columbia and Virgin Monday.
    • Police brought a man into custody in connection to the shooting Monday night.
    • The investigation is still underway.

    TULSA, Okla. - A man is dead, and police have another man in custody after a shooting in north Tulsa Monday.

    The shooting took place near Columbia and Virgin around 2 p.m.

    Police on the scene said a man was shot in the head, and they believe he may have been involved in a collision with another vehicle.

    They closed streets in the area during the investigation.

    The victim died around 3 p.m. Monday. He was identified as Temp Burdick, 33.

    Oklahoma Department of Corrections

    Monday night, police brought a man into custody for questioning in connection with the shooting. They later identified him as David Scott, 43.

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    Police say they believe Burdick and Scott had an argument over allegations that Burdick was abusive toward women, and the argument escalated into a five-block chase, after which Scott allegedly shot Burdick and fled.

    Scott faces a murder charge and two unrelated misdemeanor warrants, but police say they are continuing to gather evidence.

    The homicide will be Tulsa's 80th for the year. 

    The city set a record with 82 homicides in 2016.

    Homicide Sergeant Dave Walker said Monday that, unless local homicides slow, he believes the city will set a new record in 2017.

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