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Father Shoots Son in E. Tulsa

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Tulsa Police responded to a report of a shooting in East Tulsa, Saturday afternoon.

According to police, David Knight Sr. shot his son after getting into an argument over pain medication near South 129th East Avenue and East 28th Place.

Knight, in his 60s, refused to give the pain medications to his son, David Knight Jr.

The two began to fight, but Knight could not fend his son off. Knight retrieved a gun from his bedroom and shot his son.

According to police, Knight was taken into custody for questioning. It is unknown if or what he will be charged with at this time.

Officers say this is not the first time police has been called out to the house.

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