The victim of a second morning shooting Saturday was identified as 21-year-old Ryan Mosley of Lawton.
Police were called to the 200 block of Southwest 17th street around 11:30 AM after a relative of Mosley found him slumped over on the floor of his apartment, suffering from several gun shot wounds.
As of Saturday police had not made any arrests and had not released many details, but said they believed the suspect had stolen Mosley's car.
Yellow police tape and a marked patrol unit guarded the apartment complex after a man living there was found shot multiple times ---and left for dead.
One neighbor said he didn't see what led up to the commotion, but was shocked to find what looked like a crime scene out of a movie just steps from his home.
"When I come out I see the tape I see the cop over here and I don't know what happened," neighbor David Anderson said.
He said he moved his family to the neighborhood to escape the violence of his old neighborhood but said he may have moved to a more dangerous one.
In less than a year's time he's witnessed a violent home invasion involving three Fort Sill soldiers back in September at the same apartments, and after a second shooting left another one of his neighbors seriously injured, he said it was a trend he is getting used to.
"Don't surprise me...this has kind of turned into zone one over here," Anderson said.
One neighbor who didn't want to didn't want to be identified said the crime sprees concerned him especially for new families who decided to move in.
"We got plenty of kids out here, brings down property value for one thing, nobody wants to live in a high crime area."
Another neighbor said he and his wife refuse to be run out of their own neighborhood, and have just learned to accept the violence.
"When we came out we see a whole bunch of police over there and the ambulance, and we say oh man something happened again, and we say oh well part of life I guess," said Carlos Nazario.
"I don't know, with everything going on over there I just hope everything gets figured out."