Trenton Knight Obituary, Death – The victim of a shooting that took place at a home in the northwest section of Oklahoma City was identified by the authorities as a teenager aged 17 years old. The incident took place on Sunday night. A report of gunfire was made in the 7300 block of Northwest 107th Street just after 11 p.m. on Monday, the police said. Officers went to the report and found shots being fired in the area. This area is within close proximity to the crossroads where Hefner Road and Rockwell Avenue meet.
When the police arrived, they were told that they located a dead male at a property who appeared to have been shot to death. It was believed that the man had been shot multiple times. According to the information provided by the authorities, it looked like the person had been shot before they died. The investigation that has been conducted by the police has led them to believe that the victim was inside the flat at the time of the shooting together with a large number of other teenagers. The announcement states that the authorities are unable to determine whether or not the shooting was intentional at this time.
The testimony of Master Sergeant Gary Knight indicates that “many children were present inside the residence at the time the incident took place.” “At this point in time, it is uncertain if it was an intentional act, horseplay, or what; but, a young man was shot and slain regardless of the cause.” On Wednesday, the Oklahoma City Police Department issued a statement indicating that the deceased person has been identified as Trenton Knight, who was 17 years old. The information supplied by the department stated that Knight had been shot and killed.
The suspect allegedly ran away from the scene of the incident, as stated by the police. In addition to this, they indicated that there was an adult present in the house at the time that the shooting took place. The police claim that they are aware of who the culprit is; however, as of the evening of Tuesday, they were unable to find them. Anyone who believes they may have information relevant to this case is strongly invited to contact the Oklahoma City Police Department’s homicide tip line at (405) 297-1200.