Two teenagers suspected of shooting eight vehicles, including seven trucks, near Tulsa, Okla. have been arrested.
This week, law enforcement officials reported that eight vehicles had been shot while traveling on Highway 75 north of Tulsa, according to foxnews.com.
The vehicles include six Walmart trucks, one Swift truck and a passenger car. No injuries were reported. Some of the drivers reported that though they didn’t hear gunfire, they heard their vehicles being struck by the bullets.
The Walmart trucks had been shot while traveling to and from their distribution center near Ochelata, which is about 35 miles north of Tulsa.
Bullet holes were found mostly in the trucks’ trailers, though at least one truck cab had been shot. It’s unclear what damage the car sustained.
The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office reported that a man informed law enforcement that his son and his friend had both been out hunting at the time of the shootings, which took place on Sunday and Monday.
The two teens were questioned and arrested Tuesday. They face eight complaints of assault with a deadly weapon and eight counts of reckless handling of a firearm.
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