Second Man Charged In Jenks Vandalism Incident Arrested
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa County deputies arrested a second person charged in connection with a vandalism incident in Jenks in August.
Aaron Farris, 21, of Tulsa is charged with 15 counts of malicious injury to property stemming from a August 6 incident in Jenks.
Deputies arrested Farris Tuesday evening. He was then booked into the Tulsa County jail. Jail records show Farris has a court appearance set for September 29.
Monday, Jenks Police arrested 20-year-old Zachary Webb.
Jenks Police released surveillance video last month showing a man slashing tires with what appears to be a large hunting knife. Police also found several cars with broken windows in the Churchill Park, Eddington Place and Stone Horse neighborhoods.
Also charged in the case is Logan Prince. As of Wednesday morning, he had not been arrested.