Deadly weekend: six killed in Oklahoma County in five separate cases

Police say a man was killed in this home, 2400 block of N.W. 32nd on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. The shooting was one of four homicides in Oklahoma City in two days. (KOKH)

Oklahoma City police say no one has been arrested for three separate murders over the weekend, while a fourth was a mother killing her daughter, police said.

Two others, teens, were shot and killed at a rodeo in Spencer Saturday night.

Police were first called to the Madison Village Apartments, 4215 S.E. 53rd St., for a shots fired call at 10:42 p.m. Friday night.

When police arrived, they found Tyrone Clay, Jr. , 28, after he was involved with a confrontation with at least one person, police said.

Clay had been shot and died at the scene.

Four hours later, police were called to the Liberty Station Apartments, 711 N.E. 26th St., to another shots fired call.

Witnesses told police they heard a fight, followed by gunshots. Officers found Greg Hill, 52, who was taken to an area hospital where he died.

Sunday morning at 1:30 a.m., police were called to 2428 N.W. 32nd where the caller said someone had been shot.

David Wiedeman, 28, was found and taken to the hospital, where he died.

A fourth person, Geneva Gomez, 33, was attacked by her mother, police said. Juanita Gomez, 50, was arrested on a complaint of first degree murder.

Police did not elaborate on the circumstances surrounding Gomez's attack.

53 people have been killed in Oklahoma City in 2016.

There have been no arrested in the shooting deaths of two teens at a Spencer rodeo. Five or six suspects are on the run, the sheriff's office said.

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