Crime Stoppers Tip Leads To Arrest Of Two Of Tulsa's Most Wanted
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police say two of their most wanted have been captured - thanks to a Crime Stoppers tip. Tony Davis and Rosa Taylor were arrested Monday and are now in the Dallas County Jail.
The two are suspected child abusers wanted in Tulsa on felony counts of child abuse.
Court records say the two physically abused four children ages 6 to 16 while living in the 2100 block of South 76th East Avenue. School personnel contacted Tulsa Police after finding numerous bruises and "loop marks" on the 6-year-old child's back.
All the children were interviewed and told detectives they were beaten with a belt and TV cord numerous times by Davis. The victims also said Taylor used a belt to an extent that it caused injuries to arms and legs, court documents show.
A forensic pediatrician examined the children and said they each had injuries consistent with abuse, police say.
Police say Taylor will be held on a $100,000 bond and Davis on a $50,000 bond.