Tulsa Armed Robberies Lead To Four Arrests
TULSA, Oklahoma - Police arrested three male teenagers and a woman after three armed robberies Wednesday night.
Officers identified the suspects as Tashika Brinkley, 23; Daijon Welch, 19; Malik Abrams, 19; and Montaiveon Hollins, 17.
Police arrested them after they stopped a Ford Ranger at a convenience store in the 10900 block of East 21st Street. Police said the victims in all three robberies identified the pickup.
Officers said the first robbery happened at about 10:30 p.m. at the Boca Vista Apartments in the 10800 block of East 33rd Street. Nine minutes later, police got a report of a second armed robbery in the 2700 block of South 116th East Avenue. Five minutes after that, a victim called police from the Woodcreek Apartments in the 200 block of North 112th East Avenue, saying he had also been robbed.
Police said paramedics took at least two of the robbery victims to a hospital because of facial cuts.
Officers booked Brinkley, Welch and Abrams into the Tulsa County jail on six complaints of robbery with a dangerous weapon and four complaints of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. Jail records show all have a court appearance set for November 5..