Tulsa Police: Serial Coat Thief Taken Into Custody
TULSA, Oklahoma - One of Tulsa's Most Wanted has been captured. Ramon McBee was arrested Monday on 16 complaints including 13 felony larceny charges.
According to police reports, McBee, 41, was wanted for taking more than $11,000 in merchandise from Macy's and other clothing stores in Tulsa. Most of the stolen goods were ladies' coats, but Tulsa Police say he also took pants and other items.
Police say Ramon Terrell McBee stole items from the Macy's at Promenade Mall eight times in two weeks. Police say he also hit JCPenney, Belk and Dillard's.
He is a convicted felon who has been imprisoned in the past for stealing cars, robbery with a firearm and drug possession, records show.
The Organized Retail Crime Task Force added two assault and battery and two trespassing complaints to the numerous larceny of merchandise charges filed on McBee, according to police.
Court documents show McBee is accused of taking at least 24 coats, six Guess jackets and four Kenneth Cole vests.
McBee was arrested at the Comanche Park Apartments in the 1300 block of East 38th Street North, according to an arrest report.