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Woman admits her husband was stealing from truck, questions why owner fatally shot him

A woman admitted that her husband stole from a truck in the middle of the night last week, but she questions why the truck’s owner shot and killed her husband.

Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are investigating the incident, which happened around 2:15 a.m. Wednesday near the 9200 block of East 90th Street. Broken Arrow Sentinel reportedReport from KOTV-DT It shows the deadly shooting happened near 91st Avenue and Mingo Street.

“He was stealing, stealing stuff out of the back of trucks, and I don’t do that, so I got into an argument with him.”

Police told KOTV that suspect Blaine Hambrick, 39, had broken into a truck and was attempting to steal items from inside the vehicle when two residents of the home came outside and confronted him.

Police said an argument ensued, after which the owner of the car shot and killed Hambrick.

Police responded to the scene and found a black sedan parked on the curb, the Sentinel reported, adding that officers found a man with a gunshot wound in his chest and an unidentified woman applying pressure to the man’s chest.

The man was taken to hospital by paramedics in serious condition but later died, the paper said.

According to the Sentinel, detectives brought all witnesses and people involved in the incident to their headquarters for questioning, while KOTV reported that detectives released the two residents of the home after questioning them.

“I don’t understand why he was shot when there were two guys and he was the only one. Why didn’t he point the gun at him? Or why didn’t he hit him?”

Meanwhile, Hambrick’s wife, Rosie Lawson, is mourning her loss and raising questions. KJRH-TV reported.You can watch Lawson’s interview below: here.

“He was stealing and taking things out of the back of a truck and I got into an argument with him because I don’t do that,” Lawson told KJRH, adding that she tried to leave because she didn’t want to get involved.

Lawson added to the sheriff’s office: “As Blaine was getting into his car, I heard a gunshot and saw the bullet sparks, and Blaine started his car and sped up to me and stopped so I could get in.”

She also told KJRH, “I don’t understand why they shot him when there were two guys and he was the only one. Why didn’t they hold him at gunpoint? Or why didn’t they beat him? Why did they shoot him and take the father of my child away?”

Police added to KJRH that they are still determining the full extent of the incident.

“I think it’s going to be a tough investigation initially for the detectives and the district attorney,” Officer Danny Bean told the station. “They’re going to have to work through this investigation and review all of the statements that they’ve received and they’re going to have to review the video that they’ve taken. [and] We need to know exactly what happened before we make any decisions.”

Bean added to KJRH that it is up to the district attorney’s office to decide whether charges will be filed in the case.

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