Tulsa Police: Pair Lands In Jail After Beating Up Wrong Man
TULSA, Oklahoma - Two people are in jail after police say they decided to take justice into their own hands.
Tulsa Police say it all started when Randy Brock, 47, of Tulsa and Kimberly King, 46, of Inola saw someone burglarizing their car at a motel in the 6500 block of 27th Street.
The thief drove off in a pickup and Brock and King gave chase, but police say the pair temporarily lost sight of the truck. When they found it again, King's car rammed it into a pole at an American Airlines gate in the 500 block of North Memorial. Police say Brock then started beating the truck's driver.
Tulsa Police arrived and determined Randy Brock and Kimberly King had followed the wrong truck.
Police say the pickup driver was an employee of American Airlines and was not involved in the burglary.
Police arrested Brock and King. Kimberly King was booked into jail on a complaint of assault and battery with a deadly weapon and Randy Brock was booked for assault and battery.