BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Police are investigating after they say a gunfight happened in a Bartlesville neighborhood.
- Police told FOX23 a man was shot several times and flown to the hospital.
- Officers say around 5 a.m. an SUV and car pulled up near Baylor and Madison.
- Around 30 rounds were fired from three different guns including a high-powered, AR-15 style rifle.
- Police arrested 24-year-old Caleb McCabe in connection to the shooting.
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Police arrested a man Thursday in connection to a shootout in Bartlesville that sent another man to the hospital.
Bristow police arrested 24-year-old Caleb McCabe in Bristow Thursday afternoon after they say he ran from the scene of the shooting near Baylor and Madison in Bartlesville that morning.
Police told FOX23 around 5 a.m. a car and SUV pulled up to a home near Madison Middle School. Bartlesville Public Schools posted about the situation on Facebook:
Police say a shootout ensued and a man was shot multiple times and sent to the hospital. His condition is unknown.
Officers say 30 shots were fired from three different guns -- including an AK-47 that they are still looking for.
Bartlesville police questioned four people in the home and three are now facing charges:
- One woman is facing charges for obstruction.
- One man is in custody for an outstanding warrant in Tulsa.
- The homeowner is facing charges for a large amount of marijuana found in the home.
Officers carried shotguns, rifles, and other large guns out of the home while serving the warrant.
A tip called into police led police to Bristow where they arrested Caleb McCabe. He is facing charges for shooting with intent to kill.
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