Some well-known Tulsan's were arrested Wednesday and found guilty of having a big heart!
The arrests were part of a fundraising event to support Tulsa's 2006 Stalking Awareness Initiative. The "suspects" remained in lock up for one hour, allowed only to call friends in an effort to raise $1,000 in proceeds for TK Wolfe and Project Assist Citizens in Trouble.
Executive director of TK Wolfe, Clark Inkamish: "What we're really concerned about is the need for stalking awareness in the city of Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma. Most people don't realize there is a stalking law in the state of Oklahoma to begin with."
TK Wolfe is a counseling and research organization specializing in mental health, addiction treatment and spirituality.
Project Assist Citizens in Trouble or PACT, is foundation with a mission to increase awareness and effectiveness of protective orders and prevent violations.