Dewey Arrest Lead To Recovery Of Stolen Car, Other Items Out Of Tulsa County
DEWEY, Oklahoma - Police discovered a stolen car and a number of other items believed taken in Tulsa County when they served an arrest warrant at a Dewey home this week.
Dewey Police Chief Mike Shea said officers arrested Dominic Thompson, 38, of Bartlesville on Wednesday on warrants for false impersonation and use of a forged credit card. While at the home, officers found the stolen car and eight backpacks loaded with cell phones, jewelry and computer laptops reported all stolen out of Tulsa County.
Police released photos of several items believed stolen in Collinsville and Owasso.
Shea says his officers are conducting an inventory of the items recovered and trying to locate their owners.
At a hearing this week, a judge ordered Thompson held on a $10,000 bond on the two warrants. Court records show he has a December 19, 2014 court appearance set.
Shea expects to give their report on the stolen property to the Washington County DA's office Friday afternoon.