By MIGUEL BUSTILLO The police in Tulsa., Okla., arrested two suspects early Sunday morning in connection with shootings in which three African-Americans were killed and two others were wounded in the span of roughly an hour. Acting on an anonymous tip,
TULSA, Okla. — Residents of Tulsa's predominantly black north side said Saturday they're afraid a shooter is still roaming their neighborhoods looking for victims after five people were shot — and three killed — a day earlier.
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Updated 6:41 p.m. ET: A city-federal task force has been set up to find the attacker or attackers who shot three people dead and wounded two in a string of early-morning attacks in north Tulsa, police in Oklahoma said
Updated at 1 p.m. ET: TULSA, Okla. — After a 24-hour manhunt, police arrested two men early Sunday morning in connection with a Good Friday shooting spree in Tulsa's predominantly black north side that left three people