ALTUS - An Altus woman has been charged with shooting with intent to kill after an altercation in a local bar early Saturday. The incident happened at 2:22 a.m. at the Kick Back Club, 1121 W. Broadway, over a bar seat.
According to reports, the two women, Sehakeiima Hill Kirina Stallulakiia, 25, and Stephanie Harris, 32, got into a verbal altercation after Harris returned from the restroom to find Stallulakiia in her seat. After an exchange of words, Harris found another seat.
When Stallulakiia later went to the restroom herself, Harris took her original set back.
The two got into a heated argument when Stallulakiia returned. Stallulakiia then reportedly pulled a gun on Harris and shot her in the arm.
The bullet went through Harris' arm, front to back, and into the arm of Olton Harris.
When police arrived on the scene, the two victims had already been transported to Jackson County Memorial Hospital by private vehicle.
After taking statements at the bar, it was determined that the incident was not gang related, and that the victims and the shooter knew each other to some degree.
According to Altus Police Chief Mike Patterson, Stallulakiia was later arrested at her home and is awaiting arraignment Monday on the shooting with intent charge.
“The District Attorney may modify the charge, but that is how it stands at the moment,” Patterson said.
Stephanie Harris was admitted to the hospital, but her injuries were said to be non life threatening.
Olton Harris was treated and released.