One killed in marshal-involved shooting in north Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:

  • Tulsa police are investigating a shooting involving a U.S. marshal Monday afternoon near East Archer Street and North Louisville Ave.
  • Officials said a U.S. marshal task force was serving a warrant at a home.
  • The situation resulted in the Jeremy Edmonds, who was wanted for domestic assault and battery, being shot and killed.
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A man is dead after a shooting involved U.S. marshal in north Tulsa on Monday afternoon.

Officials said a task force comprised of multiple agencies attempted to issue a felony warrant near East Archer Street and North Louisville Ave. for Jeremy Edmonds -- wanted on accusations of strangulation.

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Posted by FOX23 News on Monday, January 7, 2019

After a standoff with the Edmonds, officials said he became violent and two deputy U.S. marshals opened fire. Edmonds was hit and killed.

Police confirmed he had a knife and reportedly would not put it down. Marshals tried to use a Taser on Edmonds, but it was not effective.

No law enforcement officers were injured.

FOX23 will continue to follow this story and update with more information as it becomes available.

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