Police investigating after shots fired into home with four children inside

Police investigating after shots fired into home with four children inside
Nov. 24, 2020 -- Police are investigating after someone fired several gunshots into a home with four children inside early Tuesday.

TULSA, Okla. — Police are investigating after someone fired several gunshots into a home with four children inside early Tuesday.

Police responded to the home in the 800 block of N. Hudson Ave. around 5 a.m.

With police arrived they found four bullet holes outside of the home, with one of them hitting a child’s bedroom window. Two other holes were found in the living room window and one was located in the front door, police said.

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There were no injuries reported.

The family told police they don’t have any problems with neighbors but did have issues with a family member’s brother two years ago.

The homeowner also told police his brother moved out of the residence six months ago.

“Officers conducted a canvass and learned that neighbors heard several gunshots and a loud vehicle, possibly a truck, leave the area after the shots were fired south on N. Hudson Ave.,” police said in a press release.

Surveillance cameras were at the home but did not record any video of the shooting.