Victim, shooter in Norman business incident named
NORMAN — The man who reportedly stepped into Bergey WindPower Co. wearing a gas mask and carrying a shotgun was shot with his own weapon in the face and neck.
Police on Thursday released four 911 calls, including one from the shooter's wife.
"My husband just came in and shot the office manager with a shotgun," a woman who identifies herself as Lisa Adams tells the 911 call taker.
"He came into my office with a mask on and a shotgun and he pointed it at me. I got down, and then he turned it on Colette, my office manager, and shot her in the arm," Lisa Adams says on the 911 recording.
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"The gun is away from the shooter. It's in an employee's hand. He laid it on the desk, and started— he was trying to pull me out the door with him, and my employee pulled the gun away from him and shot him," she reported.
Adams describes her husband as "in bad shape."
"I left him two weeks ago because he was acting crazy," she says. "I got the cops to come over to the house, but they wouldn't do anything."
William Ray Adams, 55, is accused of the shooting, Norman police spokeswoman Sarah Jensen said.
William Adams reportedly fired one shot, striking Colette Wind, 32, in the arm, Jensen said.
Wind remains hospitalized in fair condition. William Adams also remains hospitalized in good condition, Jensen said.
Adams will be booked into the Cleveland County jail on complaints of attempted kidnapping, assault and battery with a deadly weapon, feloniously pointing a firearm, possessing a firearm while in the commission of a felony, and assault while masked, Jensen said.