TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:
- A man was shot around 2 a.m. Tuesday on East King Street
- The shooter allegedly ran away
- The victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition
- Jared Dick, 21 died before 4 a.m.
- Daulton Day, 21, and Jerald Ross, 18, were arrested
A shooter ran from a shooting scene early Tuesday morning.
Police were called around 2 a.m. to the 3500 block of East King Street.
They found a man in his early 20s in the yard; he was shot one time in the torso.
Medics took him to the hospital in critical condition. He died before 4 a.m.
Police questioned five people; they all told different stories. "For the most part the witnesses were cooperative," police said. "However their recollections were different, and it took a lot of patience to wade through each person’s version of the events leading up to the shooting. "
Investigators believe the witnesses, suspect and victim were all using meth. Detectives found meth and guns inside the house where the victim was found in yard.
A K9 officer tried to track down the shooter, and investigators checked on some pedestrians who may have been suspect. Those investigations have not brought up a suspect.
Investigators found what appeared to be a rifle inside a car near the scene.
Daulton Day, 21 and Jerald Ross, 18, were arrested in the shooting death.
Police believe Ross was at the shooting and ran away. Day is the suspected shooter.
Police say they do not have a clear motive for the homicide. They believe meth played a role in the shooting.
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