CONTINUING COVERAGE: Man Buying Gift for Wife Victim in Tulsa Shooting
TULSA (AP) — The sister of a Tulsa shooting victim says her brother was buying a birthday gift for his wife while holding his 10-year-old daughter's hand when he was shot Saturday.
Police say 58-year-old Graydon Brown died at a hospital following Saturday's shooting outside a Best Buy store that also killed 34-year-old Scott Norman of Tulsa. Police told reporters that Norman was the target of the shooting and that a stray bullet that shattered the store's glass window hit Brown in the chest.
Brown's sister — Gracelyn Brown — says her brother was looking at video discs and holding his daughter's hand when he was shot.
Police said Sunday that there have been no arrests in the shooting.