Police make two arrests in Oklahoma City shooting after Thunder game
BY BRYAN DEAN, TIM WILLERT, NOLAN CLAY and ZEKE CAMPFIELD NewsOK.com
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
5/23/12 at 9:16 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - A 19-year-old Warr Acres man was arrested Tuesday afternoon in a shooting in Bricktown that left eight people wounded following Monday night's game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Rodney Dewon Hill, 19, was jailed on eight complaints of shooting with intent to kill, records show.
Tuesday night, Avery Meyers, 16, also was jailed on eight complaints of shooting with intent to kill, records show. Police would not discuss his arrest.
The shooting marred an otherwise jubilant scene in downtown Oklahoma City, where a crowd of about 6,000 people watched on a giant screen on the north side of the building in an area known as Thunder Alley as the Thunder clinched a spot in the Western Conference Finals.
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Avery Meyers, 16, and Rodney Dewon Hill, 19, were arrested separately Tuesday on eight complaints each of shooting with intent to kill.