Pair Arrested For Tulsa Armed Robbery
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa man and woman were arrested this weekend for robbing a man on Friday afternoon, police say.
Sonja Moro, 29, and Paul Terry, 26, are in the Tulsa County jail in lieu of $100,000 bond.
Police say a man was inside his residence about 5 p.m. when his ex-girlfriend, Soro, and Terry knocked on his door. When he opened the door, he said the two forced their way inside and demanded money or they would stab him.
The man told police he retrieved his wallet and handed it to Terry, then Terry took the wallet and left, according to an arrest report. He says Moro stayed behind asking for additional money, so he told her he was calling the police and she left.
The victim said he thought the man's name was "Terry," and was able to give a description because of the distinguishable tattoos on his face.
TPD arrested Moro and Terry on Saturday without incident, a report says.
Terry is being held on a complaint of robbery with a dangerous weapon after the commission of a felony, and Moro was arrested for robbery with a dangerous weapon.
(Editor's note: We have censored a portion of Terry's tattoo in his mug shot.)