Tulsa Red Dirt Nation Business Assessing Equipment Damage After Burglary
TULSA, Oklahoma - Two people are in custody in connection to a burglary of a downtown Tulsa business.
Tom Barlow, owner of Red Dirt Nation, said the burglary was devastating and that the thieves took everything they use for their video shoots and radio show.
He said the thieves somehow had keys to offices, took video and audio equipment – including a recently filmed concert – and took off.
Through their investigation, officer arrested 44-year-old Edgar Scott and 44-year-old Jennifer Katron, a former employee of the business that was let go in May. They say she had keys and security codes.
Police say Scott and Katron were booked on a second-degree burglary complaint, Scott was also charged with possession of meth.
Barlow said some of the equipment was recovered but there was damage. He was unsure how much damage as they are still going through the equipment.
And that's what Barlow says his company does - film Red Dirt concerts and show them to their fans on their website - which thousands of people follow. He says he doesn't know how that person got the keys to his business, but that there have been many tenants here over the years.
His business films Red Dirt concerts and show them to their fans on their website – which thousands of people follow.