Sapulpa Police responded to two shootings over the weekend, one of which has been handed over to the FBI for investigation.
The first shooting occurred On N. Main Street in Sapulpa, near E. Speer Ave. on October 23rd. Twenty-seven-year-old Chad Spencer was found deceased at the scene by first responders. Sapulpa Police Chief Mike Reed told Sapulpa Times that a suspect and witnesses had been interviewed, but that there were no arrests made at this time. The Sapulpa Police department is declining to give further details while the investigation is still ongoing.
The case will be forwarded to the District Attorney’s office for review.
Security Guard shot at haunted house attraction
A second shooting occurred on October 24th in the parking lot of the Hex House attraction in Town West. KTUL reported that a male and female were causing issues in line and asked to leave. They then drove around and shot the security guard.
KTUL later reported that the suspects were found and arrested in Crystal City, with a gun reportedly found in the car. Sapulpa Police Chief Mike Reed says that the victim is a tribal member, so the case has now been handed over to the FBI.
The suspects are now denying any involvement in the shooting, and are saying they were assaulted by the security guards at the Hex House.