Man kicked out of Tulsa pub damages bartender’s truck

The Associated Press - December 14, 2017 1:59 pm

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – Authorities in Tulsa say a man who was kicked out of a bar for causing a disturbance fired several rounds into employees’ vehicles after he left.

Tulsa Police Cpl. Chris Butterfield says the man “threw a fit” and was apparently intoxicated when he was ejected from Mr. Lucky’s Pub and Grill early Thursday. Butterfield tells the Tulsa World that the man then retrieved a gun from his vehicle and fired rounds into the bartender’s pickup truck and another employee’s vehicle, and also fired several shots into the air.

No one was injured.

Butterfield says the man then drove away in an SUV. He says no arrests have been made and that the employees did not know who the man is.

 

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