Fourth Man Arrested In Broken Arrow Robbery, Shooting
TULSA, Oklahoma - A fourth man has been arrested in a Broken Arrow robbery and shooting that police say involved a football recruit signed to Oklahoma State University.
Emmanuel Tayler Scott was booked into the Tulsa jail early Sunday morning on armed robbery, shooting with intent to kill and conspiracy to commit a felony complaints. He is being held on a $145,000 bond.
The robbery took place at a home in the 100 block of East Madison, according to an arrest report. Broken Arrow police say the four men forced their way into the home to wait for the victim to return. They allegedly put a gun to the head of a woman inside the home and told her to stay in a bedroom or be shot.
When the victim came home, police say they stole his shoes, money, clothing and marijuana. They then reportedly told the man to leave and as he drove away, one of the suspects reportedly fired at least one round at the vehicle, police say.
The bullet hit the driver's headrest, according to an arrest and booking report.
On Friday, police arrested Devon Thomas, 18; Eduard Smith, 18 and Decarrio Taylor, 18, in connection with to the armed robbery. Thomas is a Broken Arrow football recruit who signed with the Cowboys in February.
According to Tulsa County jail records, Devon Thomas, 18, posted bond and was released at 2:50 p.m. on Sunday after his late Wednesday arrest. He was being held in lieu of $315,000 bond.
The victim told police he has known the suspects for several years.