Shooting death of Guymon man under investigation

Staff Writer

A shooting death this weekend is currently under investigation, as the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Texas County Sheriff and Guymon Police Department work together to seek answers.
39-year-old Keenan Lee Rice died after a shooting incident this weekend. The official release from the OSBI states:
"Saturday evening, the Texas County Sheriff’s Office requested OSBI assist with a homicide investigation near Guymon. The sheriff’s office received a 911 call from a man stating he had shot another man in his driveway. Investigators arrived on scene and began collecting information and evidence. The shooter told officers Keenan Lee Rice, 39, began chasing and tailgating him trying to run him off the road near U.S. Highway 54 and Main Street in Guymon. The man made it to his residence located just east of County Road 26 on County Road X. Rice immediately pulled in behind him blocking the man inside his driveway. The man told Rice he did not want any trouble and to leave. The man says Rice then charged at him. The man fired a handgun at Rice striking him several times. Rice died at the scene. OSBI agents will continue to collect information and evidence and provide it to the district attorney in a written report. The district attorney will determine if the shooting was in self defense. Since the shooter has not been arrested or charged for any crime, his name will not be released at this time."
Oklahoma District Attorney Mike Boring reiterated that there is currently a pending investigation through the OSBI. The Texas County Sheriff's Department and Guymon Police Department will be assisting.
Boring added that currently, no determination in the shooting has been made, and no charges are being filed at this time.