TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Police responded to a shooting call at a home in north Tulsa Monday morning.
- Tulsa police say they responded to the home near Pine and Denver around 3 a.m.
- Police say shots were fired toward a home overnight before they were called to the area.
- Police say a homeowner mistook a friend for the shooter and shot him in the arm.
- The homeowner surrendered near Pine and Peoria after getting in touch with officers.
- FOX23 is at the scene getting more information.
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Police are investigating to a shooting after a standoff situation in north Tulsa Monday morning.
Tulsa police told FOX23 they responded to a home near Pine and Denver around 3 a.m. after a shooting call.
Police say shots were fired toward the home overnight before they were called to the area. The homeowner, his four children, and a woman began getting into their car.
The homeowner -- Hasaan Thomas -- mistook his friend pulling into the driveway for the shooter returning. Thomas fired toward his friend in the driveway, according to police.
Officers say they do not believe the Thomas meant to shoot his friend who was taken to the hospital with an injury to his arm.
Police arrived after the shooting and tried calling for Thomas to come out, but he had already left.
Thomas surrendered to police at a QuikTrip near Pine and Peoria after getting in touch with officers. He is being held on $25,000 bond on complaints of assault with a deadly weapon.
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