The Latest: Wounded children's injuries non-life threatening
HUGO, Okla. (AP) - The Latest on the shooting and wounding of three children by police in Oklahoma (all times local):
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says three children wounded when a police officer fired at a robbery suspect suffered non-life threatening injuries.
OSBI spokeswoman Brook Arbeitman said Saturday that the 5-, 4-, and 1-year-old children were taken to a Tulsa-area hospital following Friday's shooting in Hugo. Their names and conditions were not released.
Olivia Hill, the children's mother, told KXII-TV that the 4-year-old was shot in the head, the 1-year-old in the face and that the 5-year-old has a skull fracture. Her 2-year-old child was uninjured.
Arbeitman says Hill and the 4 children were in a truck with 21-year-old robbery suspect William Devaughn Smith when gunfire broke out as officers approached him.
The mother of three children wounded when an Oklahoma officer fired at a robbery suspect says two suffered head wounds and the third was shot in the face.
Olivia Hill told KXII-TV that her 4-year-old daughter was shot in the head and her 1-year-old daughter was shot in the face. Hill said her 5-year-old child has a skull fracture. Her 2-year-old child was uninjured. The children's names were not released.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Brooke Arbeitman said Hill and the children were in a truck with 21-year-old William Devaughn Smith when gunfire broke out as officers approached Smith in Hugo southeastern Oklahoma.
Arbeitman said Saturday that investigators have not determined whether Smith was armed or what led to the shooting that also wounded Smith. He's in custody in a Texas jail on a robbery warrant.
This story corrects that the man is suspected of robbery.
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