UPDATE: According to Tyler PD Public Information Officer, Andy Erbaugh, there have been more arrests made in regards to this case:

  • Willie Ogilvie for Deadly Conduct
  • Anjaylee Goodwyn for Tampering with Evidence

Additionally, a charge of tampering with evidence was also added to the charges on Jace Ogilvie. A juvenile suspect has also been charged.

Officials said they were notified on Tuesday that Angel Lopez was arrested by the U.S. Marshall’s Service on warrants in this case and booked into the Harrison County Jail for deadly conduct.

TYLER, Texas (KETK) – The Tyler Police Department said that one person has been shot at Rose Rudman Park on Copeland Road in Tyler and one person was arrested for deadly conduct in the shooting.

According to Tyler PD, the shooting happened between two groups of people, one at the park and one in a vehicle. The suspects in the vehicle reportedly shot at the group in the park and then the park group returned fire, Tyler PD said.

“The preliminary investigation determined that just prior to the shooting, several individuals had been involved in a physical altercation at the park with a person(s) who have not yet been identified,” officials with Tyler PD said.

In a press conference, Tyler PD Spokesperson Andy Erbaugh said they searched homes near Copeland Road and Rose Rudman Park to try and find the suspect. Erbaugh added that they don’t think the suspect went near any of the schools in the area.

A search warrant for one of the homes reportedly led to the seizure of multiple weapons including pistols and long guns.

17-year-old Jace Ogilvie was booked into the Smith County Jail for deadly conduct, and as of Tuesday morning, his bond has not yet been set.

Erbaugh said that two people were detained at the scene for questioned about the shooting by Tyler PD.

According to Tyler PD, multiple gunshots were fired in the shooting and the victim, identified as Willie Ogilvie, 18, was taken to a hospital to be treated for a gunshot wound to the lower back.

Cumberland Academy said they were in a secure lockout because of an incident at Rose Rudman Park Monday evening but have been given the all clear. Hubbard Middle School was also taking necessary security precautions.