Tulsa police have arrested two men and a woman after a series of incidents in which pedestrians pointed a gun at passing cars, pulling the trigger at least twice.
In one of the incidents, a man didn't realize he'd been hit in the head until he found the bullet stuck in his stocking cap.
The shootings began at about 3 a.m. Thursday when a man saw two men and a woman walk in front of his truck near a convenience store located at Apache and Harvard.
The driver stopped and one of the suspects fired a shot at him, striking his vehicle.
A bullet struck the driver in the head, but the bullet lodged in the stocking cap that he was wearing.
He was able to leave the scene and file a police report.
A short time later, a woman showed up at Hillcrest Medical Center.
She had been driving eastbound on Virgin Street and had stopped for a stop sign at Madison Avenue where three people were crossing the street in front of her.
One of those people fired a shot at her.
The bullet struck her vehicle and then went through one of her arms and lodged in her other arm.
She was able to drive to a hospital.
About an hour later, police received a call about two men and a woman at 44th Street North and Hartford Avenue.
A woman said that the trio was walking in front of her vehicle and was pointing an object at her.
Among the officers who swarmed the area in search of the suspects was Tulsa Police Corporal Dan Miller.
He tells KRMG he saw the three people in the street and suspects they were once again trying to slow the oncoming vehicle to perhaps get off another shot.
When he got close, they realized it was a police car.
Miller says the woman approached his vehicle and attempted to engage him in conversation while the two men tried to walk away.
Cpl. Miller says he saw one of the men toss a gun away.
Backup officers arrived moments later and a loaded, cocked revolver was recovered at the scene.
Arrested in the case were:
Reggie Williams, 18, two counts of shooting with intent to kill and one count of pointing a deadly weapon. Demarion Aldredge, 18 two counts of shooting with intent after a felony conviction, one count of pointing a deadly weapon AFCF. Brittany Sanders, 18, two counts of shooting with intent, one count of pointing a deadly weapon.
All three had bonds of $340,000 set in the charges related to Thursday's incidents.