An Oklahoma City woman was shot in the face by a man at a city park, Oklahoma City police said Monday.
About 11:45 p.m. Saturday, officers were sent to meet the woman at 900 NW 90. The 19-year-old woman had an open wound across the bridge of her nose and what appeared to be a bullet exit wound in her right cheek.
The woman told officers she had agreed to meet her ‘baby’s daddy’ at a nearby park, NW 101 and University, after the man told her “he just wanted to talk.”
She accused the man, whom police did not identify, of shooting at her while she was sitting in her car, with at least one shot hitting her in the face. Her car was also hit by bullets at least three times, according to police.
After being shot, the woman drove herself to 900 NW 90, where she called 911.
When officers investigated the park, they didn’t find any shell casings.
They are looking for a man who was driving a green Chevy Blazer, and plan to arrest him on complaints of domestic abuse and assault with a deadly weapon, if he is found.
The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment, and her car was impounded to be processed for evidence.
Chad Crow,staff writer