• 1 arrested in deadly north Tulsa shooting


    TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:

    • UPDATE: Police arrested Raymond Rivera for first degree murder
    • Police investigated a shooting near 49th Street North and Boston in north Tulsa.
    • Officials say there is at least one person dead and two others wounded.
    • They say the death and injuries are the likely result of a gunfight that occurred over two scenes about a block apart around 9 p.m.
    • They say one of the injured victims had a gun, but bullet casings at the scene indicate that there were at least two different weapons.
    • The victim was later identified as Tyson Teague, who moved from Ohio  to Tulsa in June

    Tulsa Police released new details in the city's latest homicide. 

    Around 9:20, officers learned a man in his 20s was shot and killed near 49th and Boston. He did not have identification on him.

    Another person who lived with the victim was shot; he is expected to survive. 

    A third shooting victim, a woman, was hospitalized but expected to survive. Officers say she was related to suspected shooters, but was not a suspect. 

    Homicide investigators say the shooting was likely the result of an argument, and that all involved knew each other. 

    Police say before the shooting, a fist fight happened in the area. 

    Investigation and questioning continues. FOX23 remains in contact with police to get the latest. 

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