Three facing charges following Friday shootings
BY KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writer
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Three people who were arrested last week in connection to a series of shootings were charged Wednesday in Tulsa County District Court.
Reggie Williams, 18, Brittany Sanders, 24, and Demarreion Aldredge, 18 were charged with two counts of shooting with intent to kill, feloniously pointing a firearm and committing a felony with a firearm with a defaced serial number.
Prosecutors allege they were acting in concert during the Nov. 29 shootings.
It is alleged one of them pointed a gun and shot at a truck near Young Street and Wheeling Avenue about 3 a.m, according to a police report.
Nearly 30 minutes later, police were called to Hillcrest Medical Center in reference to a woman who was shot in both arms in a car while driving east on Virgin Street at Madison Avenue, the report said.
Later that morning, officers were dispatched to the 3600 block of North Hartford Avenue after a woman reported that three people in the road pointed a gun at her, police said. She was able to drive away unharmed.
While speaking with the woman, officers noticed three people in the road, and they were interviewed and later booked into the Tulsa Jail.
Authorities were able to recover a revolver from near one of the suspects, police said.
Aldredge remains in the Tulsa Jail on $340,000 bond. Sanders and Williams were not custody as of Wednesday.