Trenton Knight identified as OKC home shooting victim, police says

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Trenton Knight Death – The victim of a shooting that took place in a home in the northwest part of Oklahoma City has been identified to be a 17-year-old kid by the authorities. According to the police, officers responded to a report of gunfire in the 7300 block of Northwest 107th Street just after 11 p.m. on Monday. This location is close to the intersection of Hefner Road and Rockwell Avenue. When cops arrived, they were told that they found a dead male at a property who seemed to have been shot to death.

Information from police

The police indicated that the death appeared to be the result of a shooting. According to the police, the investigation leads them to think that the victim was inside the residence at the time of the shooting with many other teens. According to the release, the police are now unable to determine whether or not the shooting was deliberate. “There were several teenagers inside the residence when the shooting occurred,” Master Sgt. Gary Knight said. “It’s unclear at this time if it was an intentional act or horseplay or what, but either way, one young man was shot and killed.”

On Wednesday, the Oklahoma City Police Department released information revealing that the dead has been identified as Trenton Knight, who was 17 years old. According to the police, the suspect left the scene of the crime. Additionally, they stated that an adult was present in the residence at the time of the shooting. According to the police, they are aware of who the suspect is; however, as of Tuesday evening, they were unable to locate them. Calling the Oklahoma City Police Department’s homicide tip line at (405) 297-1200 is encouraged for anyone who may have information on this investigation.

Related topic: Molotov cocktail incident leads to fatal shooting in Oklahoma City

According to police, a man was fatally shot on Tuesday after allegedly hurling at least one Molotov cocktail into an apartment in the northwest of Oklahoma City. Just before midnight on Tuesday, according to Police Master Sgt. Gary Knight, police officers responded to a gunshot. The fire department of Oklahoma City responded to a fire in an apartment building in the 7200 block of NW 122 around the same time. The two calls were related. Police quickly arrived and discovered a shooting victim in a car in the 11500 block of North Rockwell. After being transported to a hospital, the individual was declared deceased. Knight claimed that after throwing a Molotov cocktail into an apartment, the man was shot.

The argument, according to Knight, was a domestic one. According to Knight, the man was shot by a different person than the one the killed man was aiming for. The shooting victim fled in his vehicle, but ultimately lost consciousness and crashed, police said. It was the fire department’s second dispatch to the same unit, according to a spokesman. Both flames were put out by automated fire suppression systems after Molotov cocktails were thrown through windows into the apartments (the first occurred before 6 a.m. on Tuesday). According to the spokeswoman, the unit suffered water-related damages worth around $22,000. Call the Oklahoma City Police homicide tip line at 405

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