Oklahoma couple indicted after numerous gun incidents, drive-by shooting

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BROKEN ARROW, OK –  Austin Lee Blaine Gingra and Savannah Mae Down O’Banion were indicted this week for multiple charges including Firearms Conspiracy and Assault With a Dangerous Weapon in Indian Country. Gingras, 26, and O’Banion, 23, both of Broken Arrow, are charged for conspiring together to possess and brandish a firearm in relation to a crime of violence.

Within a two-month span, these individuals were found brandishing a firearm on four different occasions after four different altercations, including pointing a firearm at a group of individuals, shooting a round into the air at a bar, shooting into the home of an individual after he refused to let O’Banion inside, and firing into a group of people at the Hex House from their car and striking a victim.

Aside from the conspiracy charge, Gingras and O’Banion are being charged for assault with a dangerous weapon after shooting into a victim’s home on Sept. 27 and after striking another victim in the drive-by shooting on Oct. 24. The FBI, Tulsa Police Department, Broken Arrow Police Department, and Sapulpa Police Department are the investigative agencies.


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