Possible Mass Public Shooting stopped by permit holder in Tulsa shopping center

Mar 28, 2020 | Featured

A dramatic shooting was stopped on Friday night, March 27th, 2020 at a shopping center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This attack fits definition of what could have been a mass public shooting: a shooting in pubic that did not involve some other type of crime. Without the permit holder there to stop the attack, it could have resulted in multiple deaths.

A concealed carry permit holder fatally shot a woman outside a north Tulsa shopping center Friday evening after she reportedly opened fire on customers. 

Tulsa Police responded about 6:30 p.m. Friday to the 5300 block of North Peoria Avenue for a reported shooting. . . . [The shooter] has not been identified as of Friday night. 

A man with a concealed carry permit reportedly told arriving officers that he shot the woman after she started shooting at customers outside the shopping center. . . .

The concealed carry permit holder reportedly returned fire and was later questioned and released at the department’s detective division.

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Our list of mass public shootings stopped by concealed handgun permit holders is available here.

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