Police make arrest in funeral shooting that left two wounded

Police have arrested a suspect in a shooting Monday outside an Oklahoma City church where a funeral was being held for a local man killed in a shootout two weeks ago.

Terrance Britton, 20, is being held on two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and one count of attempting to flee, according to the Oklahoma City Police Department.

The shooting at Greater New Zion Baptist Church before 12:30 p.m. Monday appeared to be a drive-by. Reports say a man and woman were left wounded and lying on the ground outside after the funeral adjourned. Both victims are recovering at a local hospital in good condition.

No one else was injured.

Witnesses told local media the funeral was for 18-year-old Donyea Robinson, who was killed in the crossfire of a shootout between two vehicles in Del City about two weeks ago. His killer is still on the run.

Because Robinson's death was believed to be gang-related, the presiding funeral home had earlier asked police to guard the church during the service.

Some officers were already on the scene as the first shots rang out.

Witnesses described a chaotic scene.

Early reports said a red Dodge Charger pulled up to the church and opened fire, hitting the two people leaving the funeral.

Police said at least two suspects fled, one of whom surrendered in a red Dodge Charger after a short chase.

Police are still seeking more suspects.