• Tulsa police search for "armed & dangerous" woman

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:

    • A woman is accused of shooting another woman at a south Tulsa Walgreen's Sunday.
    • A woman with the same description is accused of pulling a gun at a local theater and at an area Best Buy.
    • Police are investigating.
    • On Thursday, officials issued a warrant for Madison Dickson in connection with the case.
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    A warrant was issued this week in connection with a Sunday shooting at a Tulsa pharmacy.

    Police say a woman shot another woman in the arm while she was in her car at a south Tulsa Walgreen's near 71st and Lewis.

    Investigators believe the suspect could have been trying steal from the victim when she blocked in the victim's car and shot through a crack in the window when the victim didn't get out of the car..

    Officers say the suspect is a white female, 5'6" tall, with blonde hair and was wearing a gray hoodie. 

    Police issued a warrant Thursday for Madison Dickson. Officials said she should be considered armed and dangerous.

    They say a white man man wearing a stocking cap and red bandana around his neck was with the suspect.


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    Officers say the suspect left in a tan SUV that is missing a hubcap on one of the wheels.

    The victim was taken to a hospital.

    Dickson is also wanted for an incident in which someone reportedly pointed a gun at the AMC movie theater near 41st and Yale Saturday night.

    Another incident at the Best Buy near 71st Street and Highway 169 involved a woman matching the same description. There, the woman reportedly pulled out a gun and shot the sidewalk when loss prevention officers tried to stop her from stealing.

    Dickson is wanted for shooting with intent to kill, assault with a dangerous weapon and unauthorized use of a vehicle.

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