• Police: Man shot at car to intimidate Tulsa murder witness

    By: Nina Carter

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • A Tulsa man was arrested for allegedly shooting at a car Saturday
    • The victim told police she is a murder witness and the shooter tried to intimidate her

     

    Tulsa police said a man tried to keep a murder witness silent by shooting at her car.

    Officers arrested 22-year-old Marlon Evans after he allegedly fired at least four shots in east Tulsa early Saturday.

    According to the arrest report, Evans is accused of firing at a car heading down South 73rd East Avenue.

    The victim told police she witnessed the murder of Quavis Cato a little over a week ago and Evans was trying to intimidate her.

    Evans’ bond was set at $100,000.

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