Did Jammed Gun Save Lives Outside Oklahoma Casino?

Author: Live Casino Direct
Did Jammed Gun Save Lives Outside Oklahoma Casino?
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Michael Oloa is a suspect in Comanche Nation Casino shooting in Oklahoma. He has been charged with assault on an officer with a deadly weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

A bullet caused a Springfield 9mm Hellcat pistol to jam near where Oloa was arrested. Olaa fired a weapon towards pursuing Comanche Nation Police officers in the Comanches Nation Casino car park in Lawton, Oklahoma. The gun was not manufactured in Oklahoma, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent.

Suspect Oloa was found at a gaming machine. He fled the casino and shot at police. Olaa later was arrested in the back patio of an apartment. The suspect had a bullet-jammed Springfield Hellcat pistol. No one was hurt. It is the second time in a month that a tribal casino was at the center of gun violence. In May, a gunman killed two people at Oneida Casino in Wisconsin and a 52-year-old man at Wild Horse Pass Casino, Arizona.

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