TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Tulsa Police want Joseph Zannotti, 19
- He faces 5 counts of shooting with intent to kill
- US Marshals reportedly found Zannotti in Utah
The US Marshals helped find a Tulsa teen suspected of shooting with intent to kill.
Monday, Tulsa Police said they were searching for Joseph Zannotti, 19, accused of shooting with intent to kill.
Investigators said Zannotti opened fire on five people in a vehicle while he was riding in a white Toyota SUV near a Braum's restaurant near 51st and Yale on January 19. They said the incident stemmed from a previous altercation involving a gun and another teen.
No one was injured.
Police said they were seeking help finding Zannotti. They initially said that he faced five counts of shooting with intent to kill, but documents later clarified that he faced five felony of using a vehicle in a shooting and one county of shooting with intent to kill.
Detectives thanked the media and public for helping find Zannotti. Sergeant Dave Walker said they had no leads on Zannotti until local media began reporting about him.
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