Tulsa OK March 13 2018 Police are searching for a man who allegedly fired shots at another man outside a Tulsa QuikTrip during a domestic dispute early Monday.
Officers responded to reports of shots fired at the QuikTrip near Admiral Place and Delaware Avenue about 1 a.m. and were told the shooter fired four to five shots before running south on Delaware. The officers established a perimeter around the area but were unable to find the man, according to police.
Officers spoke with a QuikTrip security guard who told them he was standing outside with the victim and the suspect, believed to be Robert Hogard, as the two exchanged words. The victim said he had been having issues with his son’s mother, who does not want the boy to live with him, according to police.
The victim reportedly told police his son’s mother was using narcotics and also being abused by Hogard. The victim said he attempted to set up a meeting with the woman at the QuikTrip in an effort to get custody of his son.
However, he reported seeing Hogard across the street while at the store. The victim alleged that while they talked, Hogard pulled out a gun and opened fire at him and the security guard. Nobody was injured.
Police located five casings on the south side of Admiral Place and discovered one of the front windows at the convenience store was shattered.
Officers continued to search for Hogard, who remained at large later in the morning.
Anyone with information may contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 918-596-COPS (2677), online at p3tips.com/918 or through the Tulsa Tips app, which can be downloaded from the Google Play or iTunes stores.