Tulsa Police: 2 Arrested After Multiple Business Burglaries
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police have arrested two people they say are responsible for a number of overnight burglaries, including one at a Family Dollar near Admiral and Harvard. They are looking for a third suspect after the string of burglaries.
Police say Jawan Roach, Dominic Marshall, and a third suspect used a chunk of concrete to shatter the glass at a Family Dollar. They left with a variety of items including cigarettes, speakers, and diapers.
Officers said the same three suspects broke into Pretty Buds dispensary near Pine and Harvard. The owner of the dispensary provided surveillance video, but she said nothing was stolen from the store.
"They were taking turns trying to throw rocks to make the windows shatter, but it didn't shatter," said Pretty Buds owner Barbara Barre. "And they left, got in their car and went on their way to pursue another crime up the road.
Police said they think the suspects were also involved in a liquor store burglary near Gilcrease Museum Road and West Edison.
OHP stopped a vehicle near Admiral and Sheridan. The suspects got out and fled on foot. A perimeter was set up and a K-9 was brought out to look for the thieves.
Police say Roach and Marshall are now in custody, and they're looking for the third suspect. Officers found all of the stolen items inside the vehicle.