Five detained after gunfire exchanged with Tulsa police during drug search

TULSA, Okla. — Five people were detained after a person fired shots at Tulsa police during a federal drug-related search warrant Wednesday morning.

Tulsa police said they were assisting the Drug Enforcement Agency on the search warrant near 11th Street and S 133rd East Ave around 6 a.m.

Tulsa police said they announced they were at the door and when police went inside, a person fired at least one shot at them.

A Tulsa police officer returned fire and then police left the home, police said.

No one was hurt.

Shortly after police left the home, the five people inside eventually complied with authorities.

“Once we backed away they were very willing to surrender themselves,” said Lt. Shane Tuell with the Tulsa Police Department.

Tuell did not say how many of the five may face charges.