Police arrested four people Sunday who are accused of simulating a drive-by at a Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, park using what turned out to be Airsoft guns.
Nobles Hasan, 21; Lamar Craig Gonzalez, 18; and Kerstin Dawn Allmon, 21, all face multiple felonies, as well as contributing to the delinquency of a minor. A 13-year-old male who participated in the prank was also arrested.
Police say the four drove up to the park, rolled down the windows to their vehicle, and while wearing bandanas over their faces, shot Airsoft rifles out of the windows at the people in the park, which was full of kids and families at the time.
The orange tips on the rifles had been removed and police say the sole intention of the group was to create panic and terror – which worked.
Officers responded to calls about the incident and quickly found a vehicle matching the description they were given. However, the driver did not stop and led authorities on a brief pursuit, which ended with officers drawing removing all four suspects from the vehicle at gunpoint.
[ Fox 23 ]