Update: Victim in Langston shooting has died

Update: Victim in Langston shooting has died

Updated on Sunday, October 21 at 12:10 p.m. 

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Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations has confirmed with Guthrie News Page the victim in the Langston shooting has died.

Brandon DuPree, 19, was airlifted to Oklahoma City and succumbed to the injury en route.

OSBI says DuPree was not a Langston student and that the investigation is ongoing.

Agents have determined that approximately 150 party-goers were in attendance at the party.

OSBI is asking the public for any assistance in solving this investigation.

Original article

Man suffers gun shot wound in Langston shooting

One person was airlifted to a hospital with a gun shot wound following a shooting in Langston late Saturday night.

Just after 11:30 p.m., emergency crews responded to The Langston Center (TLC), located at 202 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive, after a male was shot in the chest.

Details of the shooting were not immediately made available at the scene and messages have gone unanswered.

On the The Langston Center’s website, a “private college party” was listed on their calendar of events from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

On Guthrie News Page’s Youtube page, Langston University responded by saying, “This event had absolutely nothing to do with Langston Homecoming, was not a University sanctioned event, did not involve an LU student and did not happen on the Langston University campus.”

Guthrie News Page will pass along any new information as it becomes available.

5 Responses to "Update: Victim in Langston shooting has died"

  1. Jessica   October 21, 2018 at 8:05 am

    Of course you will. Will you also pass along that a student attending Langston University win a $40,000 scholarship on GMA this past week.

    Reply
    • Cj   October 21, 2018 at 4:38 pm

      Huh?

      Reply
      • Martin   October 23, 2018 at 7:47 pm

        Me too…huh? Probably best to let it ride?

        Reply
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