Robbery Threat Over A Dollar Leads To Tulsa Man's Arrest
TULSA, Oklahoma -
Police arrested a 42-year-old man they say threatened to stab another man during a robbery over a dollar at a Tulsa Walmart store late Wednesday.
The victim told officers a man, who was identified as John Todd, demanded the money, then pulled out a knife and said he'd stab him if he didn't get it.
The robbery attempt happened at the store in the 6600 block of South Memorial Drive just after 11:30 p.m. After the victim pointed out the suspect's vehicle to officers, John Todd was taken into custody.
Police booked Todd into the Tulsa County jail on a second-degree robbery complaint.
Jail records show John Todd is also being held in jail on a warrant out of Pawnee County.