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Two Arrested After Kidnapping, Injuring Woman Over 'Stolen Drugs' In Tulsa

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Booking photos of Tyler "Younglife" Bristol and Zack "Two Eagles" Davis. [Tulsa County Jail] Booking photos of Tyler "Younglife" Bristol and Zack "Two Eagles" Davis. [Tulsa County Jail]
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Tulsa police say two men were arrested after they kidnapped a woman, abused and interrogated her, because they believed she had stolen drugs from them.

A report says Tyler Bristol, 24, and Zack Davis, 22, kidnapped Bristol's ex-girlfriend when she was trying to return property to Bristol at his grandmother's home.

The report says Bristol, also known as "Younglife" and Davis, also known as "Two Eagles" forced the woman out of her car, and made her go inside the home.

Once inside, a report says they made her sit on the couch and "interrogated her about the location of the drugs." During the interrogation, police say, Bristol choked the woman, and held a knife to her throat, and both held a saw-offed shotgun demanding to know where the drugs were.

Then, in an attempt to make her talk, Bristol cut the woman's finger in a spiral so deep it was to the bone, the report says.

The report also says two other witnesses arrived at the home and that Bristol's grandmother was also there.

They eventually learned the woman had been at another location that day, police say. Then, the report says the woman was taken at gunpoint, and got into a car with Bristol and the two other witnesses, while Davis stole the woman's car and went to a home in the 1500 block of East Seminole.

Once they arrived, they kicked in the door and entered the home of two adult females and two small children, according to police.

Bristol and Davis then searched the home, looking for the drugs, police say. The men didn't find the drugs, but stole two cell phones from the home.

The report says the stolen car was left at the home and Bristol, Davis, the two witnesses and the woman left in one car. Bristol and Davis were dropped off at an apartment while the two witnesses and the woman went to Saint Francis.

Police say they arrested The two men after the woman identified them both. They also say the knife and shotgun used were recovered.

Davis was booked for robbery with a firearm, kidnapping, pointing a deadly weapon and auto theft, all after former conviction of a felony. He is being held on a $300,000 bond.

Bristol was booked on two counts of robbery with a firearm, kidnapping, pointing deadly weapon with intent and a domestic count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, all after former conviction of a felony. He is being held on a $290,000 bond.

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