BREAKING: Shots fired near campus
6:30 p.m. - Norman resident Rebeccah Wilson, who lives a few doors down from the shooting area, said she heard two shots from outside while in her home and went outside a few moments later to survey the situation.
Outside, there was a woman in her car who said she witnessed a man shoot twice at another man and woman inside a black car in front of the shooter's home, Wilson said.
The witness reported that the car started to drive away and the shooter jumped in his own car in pursuit, with the two cars heading south on Flood Avenue, Wilson said.
6 p.m. - Norman Police have detained a homeowner at Boyd and Flood, said Norman Police Captain Tom Easley.
Norman Police have determined that the homeowner had put a microphone for sale online, and someone showed up at his house to buy it, Easley said.
The man asked to take the microphone out to his car to show it to his girlfriend, and the homeowner grew suspicious so he grabbed his pistol, Easley said.
The homeowner fired two shots at the vehicle as the man drove away with his microphone, Easley said.
Norman police have not located the vehicle, but they have detained the homeowner, Easley said.
5:45 p.m. - An OU emergency alert has reported that Norman Police have advised the area of Boyd and Flood is now clear. The remaining suspect vehicle, the black Nissan Altima, was last seen headed south.
Students with information should contact Norman Police at 405-321-1600.
5:41 p.m. - Neighbors confirmed the shots were fired.
By the time The Daily arrived on the scene at 5:20 p.m., there were three police cars present.
Police were interviewing a man on the porch of a house in the area. Over the next 10 minutes, the police began to disperse.
No more shots have been reported.
OUPD officials offered no comment when contacted.
5:15 p.m. — OU emergency alerts is reporting shots fired near Boyd St. and Flood Avenue. Two vehicles suspected to be involved are a black Dodge Durango and a black Nissan Altima. They were last seen going South.
OU recommends avoiding the area.