A Tulsa man was wounded late Friday afternoon after being shot during another family’s dispute.

Shot in the back was John Allred as he was viewing some property that he was interested in buying, according to Rogers County Sheriff’s Office Chief Investigator Darrin Hester.

Arrested shortly after the shooting was Barry Burt, of the Sequoyah area. Burt was booked into the Rogers County Jail on two charges of shooting with intent to kill and his bond was set Saturday at $200,000.

According to Hester, investigators were called to Claremore Regional Hospital around 4:45 p.m. Friday regarding a report of a man, Allred, who had been shot. Allred identified Burt as the shooter and he was found at 20266 E. 460 Road near Sequoyah.

The shooting was a result of a family dispute at the Burt residence.

“Apparently there had been an ongoing dispute between Mr. Burt and another family member who owns the property where Barry Burt lives,” Hester said. “The other family member was showing the property to the victim when Barry Burt asked them to leave and then shot in their direction.”

Hester said Burt fired multiple rounds from a .22 rifle at both Allred and the family member. One shot hit Allred and lodged in his back. He added that Allred was transported from Claremore Regional Hospital to St. Francis Trauma Center in Tulsa where he underwent surgery. According to Hester, Allred was listed in stable condition Sunday.