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 Mourners stand above the grave of shooting victim Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Mourners stand above the grave of shooting victim Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

 Tonya Clardy, the sister in law of shooting victim Bobby Clark, gets emotional while watching a special report about the shootings in Tonya's home on Sunday evening. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Tonya Clardy, the sister in law of shooting victim Bobby Clark, gets emotional while watching a special report about the shootings in Tonya's home on Sunday evening.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

 Tonya Clardy, center, at the graveside of her brother in-law Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Tonya Clardy, center, at the graveside of her brother in-law Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

 Carl Moore stands along N. Peoria Ave. with his daughter in North Tulsa. Moore came to Tulsa from Houston to escape the problems plaguing the neighborhood he was living in. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Carl Moore stands along N. Peoria Ave. with his daughter in North Tulsa. Moore came to Tulsa from Houston to escape the problems plaguing the neighborhood he was living in.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

 Tyrone Jackson shows off his gold teeth outside of his business North Side Audio in North Tulsa. Many of the small businesses in North Tulsa struggle to stay open due to the violence and poverty that plagues the area. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Tyrone Jackson shows off his gold teeth outside of his business North Side Audio in North Tulsa. Many of the small businesses in North Tulsa struggle to stay open due to the violence and poverty that plagues the area.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

 L to R: Robert Norton, Marlon Johnson, Marquelon Johnson and Kaylae Norton sit on a porch in North Tulsa just blocks away from where a series of  shootings occurred.

L to R: Robert Norton, Marlon Johnson, Marquelon Johnson and Kaylae Norton sit on a porch in North Tulsa just blocks away from where a series of shootings occurred.

 Mitch Jones goes up for a shot while playing basketball with friends at the Bradford Apartments, one of several government owned apartment complexes in North Tulsa. Due to the high poverty level in North Tulsa many residents end up living in government assisted housing. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Mitch Jones goes up for a shot while playing basketball with friends at the Bradford Apartments, one of several government owned apartment complexes in North Tulsa. Due to the high poverty level in North Tulsa many residents end up living in government assisted housing.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

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 Mourners stand above the grave of shooting victim Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday. Nick Oxford for The New York Times
 Tonya Clardy, the sister in law of shooting victim Bobby Clark, gets emotional while watching a special report about the shootings in Tonya's home on Sunday evening. Nick Oxford for The New York Times
 Tonya Clardy, center, at the graveside of her brother in-law Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday. Nick Oxford for The New York Times
 Carl Moore stands along N. Peoria Ave. with his daughter in North Tulsa. Moore came to Tulsa from Houston to escape the problems plaguing the neighborhood he was living in. Nick Oxford for The New York Times
 Tyrone Jackson shows off his gold teeth outside of his business North Side Audio in North Tulsa. Many of the small businesses in North Tulsa struggle to stay open due to the violence and poverty that plagues the area. Nick Oxford for The New York Times
 L to R: Robert Norton, Marlon Johnson, Marquelon Johnson and Kaylae Norton sit on a porch in North Tulsa just blocks away from where a series of  shootings occurred.
 Mitch Jones goes up for a shot while playing basketball with friends at the Bradford Apartments, one of several government owned apartment complexes in North Tulsa. Due to the high poverty level in North Tulsa many residents end up living in government assisted housing. Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Mourners stand above the grave of shooting victim Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Tonya Clardy, the sister in law of shooting victim Bobby Clark, gets emotional while watching a special report about the shootings in Tonya's home on Sunday evening.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Tonya Clardy, center, at the graveside of her brother in-law Bobby Clark who was shot along with two others in a random shooting spree that occurred in the early hours of Good Friday.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Carl Moore stands along N. Peoria Ave. with his daughter in North Tulsa. Moore came to Tulsa from Houston to escape the problems plaguing the neighborhood he was living in.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

Tyrone Jackson shows off his gold teeth outside of his business North Side Audio in North Tulsa. Many of the small businesses in North Tulsa struggle to stay open due to the violence and poverty that plagues the area.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

L to R: Robert Norton, Marlon Johnson, Marquelon Johnson and Kaylae Norton sit on a porch in North Tulsa just blocks away from where a series of shootings occurred.

Mitch Jones goes up for a shot while playing basketball with friends at the Bradford Apartments, one of several government owned apartment complexes in North Tulsa. Due to the high poverty level in North Tulsa many residents end up living in government assisted housing.
Nick Oxford for The New York Times

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