Just before 5PM on Wednesday, police in Enid, Oklahoma started getting reports of drive-by shootings. By 10PM, that number had grown to more than 40 reports of shootings in the community north of Oklahoma City. Although calls about damage from the spree are still coming in, police have verified 42 separate shootings by one man:
Enid Police Department began, at 4:56 p.m., receiving multiple calls of vehicles damaged by a person shooting windows and other parts of the vehicles with what appeared to be a handgun. There were no injuries reported but a dog was shot in the 1600 block of South Madison. The dog underwent surgery Wednesday night and was expected to recover from its injuries.A witness was able to get his license plate number and his violent spree came to an end late last night:
Police officers and the department's SWAT team served a search warrant at 11:31 p.m. at the residence.
Anthony "Tony" Jackson, 29, was taken into custody from the residence and transported to Garfield County Detention Center.Other than traffic citations, Jackson had no prior record:
Jackson was arrested on complaints of animal cruelty, use of a vehicle to facilitate intentional discharge of a firearm, and reckless conduct with a firearm.Fortunately, no people were injured or killed.
Funny -- he doesn't look like a Syrian refugee.