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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Police arrested three suspects of an April 16 drive-by shooting

Police arrested three suspects of an April 16 drive-by shooting — two after they fled from a wrecked car Tuesday and a third at a school in northeast Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City police take two suspects into custody near NE 102 and Broadway after a short foot chase. The pair were wanted in connection with a drive-by shooting in northeast Oklahoma City on April 16, and a third was arrested at a northeast Oklahoma City school. Steve Gooch - The Oklahoman

Officers arrest 2 drive-by shooting suspects

Tyrel James, 17, was arrested at Justice Alma Wilson SeeWorth Academy on a warrant of using a vehicle to facilitate a drive-by shooting, Oklahoma City police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said.
Johnathan Bledsoe, 19, was arrested on a felony complaint of eluding an officer, possession of a controlled dangerous substance on school property and possession of a firearm of school property.
Elijah Crutcher, 18, was arrested on complaints of possession of a firearm on school property and possession of a controlled dangerous substance on school property.
Wardlow said investigators are determining whether an assault on an officer complaint will added since Bledsoe, who was driving the car that wrecked, may have attempted to hit an officer with the car.
She said all three are students at the academy, and that's where police went to find them.
Bledsoe and Crutcher drove away from the school and then fled on foot after wrecking the car near Hefner and Kelley, Wardlow said. They were apprehended about 1:45 p.m. near NE 102 and Broadway Extension with the help of a K9 unit and police helicopter.
They drive-by shooting happened April 16 in the 200 block of NW 83. Witnesses said the driver fired a semi-automatic weapon from the driver's side window while the front passenger was firing over the roof of the westbound car in a southeasterly direction, according to the police report.
Several shell casings were found near NW 84 and Harvey Avenue.
The victim, identified only as Adrian Thomas, arrived at a hospital with gunshot wounds and was taken into surgery, the report states.



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