The four fatally shot at an apartment in Tulsa, Okla. were all women. Their lifeless bodies were discovered within Tulsa's Fairmont Terrace Apartments complex on Mon., Jan. 7, 2013 following a 911 call. A four-year-old boy inside the same residence was uninjured. The shocking quadruple homicide is being investigated by the Tulsa Police Department's Gang Unit, according to The Billings Gazette. Authorities do not currently have any suspects in the murders.
The Charleston Daily Mail reported that the four fatally shot at the apartment were all young women who were either in their teens or early 20s. Police would not disclose the victims' relation to each other or their relation to the unharmed four-year-old boy found in the same apartment.
Local police are on the case including units that investigate gang activity, according to Leland Ashley, a Tulsa police spokesman. He said, "Our detectives are beating the bushes and so are our patrol officers and our gang units."
Police believe the four were fatally shot at the apartment between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Police received a 911 call about 12:30 p.m. Although the homicides are being investigated by the Tulsa Police Department's Gang Unit, authorities have not come out and said they believe the murders are gang related.
The Fairmont Terrace Apartments complex website lists its address as 1111 East 60th Street, Tulsa, Okla. 74105. Available "modern and affordable" apartments feature one, two or three bedrooms, and amenities include an on-site gym, laundry facility and a dog run. Despite offering a dog run, the website stipulates that "no pets" are allowed.