Three Tulsa Men Arrested For Armed Robbery, Stealing Tattoo Kit
TULSA, Oklahoma - Three Tulsa men are in jail after police say they committed a series of armed robberies. Jeremy Lamont Carr, Montre Fleming and Deonte Martinez Hill were arrested on several complaints of armed robbery.
Court records indicate that Carr, Fleming and Hill first robbed a woman at a Tulsa residence, taking several items including a laptop and tattooing kit. On that same date, February 3, police say Fleming threatened a man with a gun.
On February 9, police say the three men and an unidentified woman committed armed robbery at the Tulsa Inn & Suites at 8201 East Skelly Drive in Tulsa. They entered the business just before 6 p.m. and stole money, according to the arrest report.
A short time later that evening, police say the four suspects robbed a Family Dollar, 6655 South Peoria Avenue, at gunpoint. That time they took money and cigarettes, the arrest report states.
Police got a tip identifying the three men, and arrested all three on Thursday. They recovered two guns from Fleming's apartment, according to the arresting officer.
Montre Fleming was booked on three counts of armed robbery, feloniously pointing a weapon and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction. He is being held on a $350,000 bond. Deonte Martinez Hill is being held on a $200,000 bond for three counts of armed robbery, and Jeremy Lamont Hill was jailed on three armed robbery complaints and possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.
He is being held in lieu of a $310,000 bond.