Police arrest a Tulsa man in Skiatook Tuesday in connection with a robbery and kidnapping on Thursday, September 20th.
He is identified as 31-year-old Derrick Turley.
Police say an anonymous tip led them to Turley. Investigators say the victims from that robbery were able to identify Turley in a photo lineup and family members were also called in, saying Turley was one of the men involved.
In his arrest report, Tulsa Police along with help from Skiatook Police arrested Derrick Turley just before 8 p.m.
NEW: We just Derrick Turley’s arrest report. Police say he’s one of two suspects who tied up and robbed a couple who thought they were meeting with a couple of prospective renters. He was arrested in Skiatook last night. @NewsOn6 pic.twitter.com/Mdt0SGjEKa— Joseph Holloway (@a_cupof_JOE) September 26, 2018
Police believe Turley and another man set up a meeting with a couple trying to rent out their house, then tied them up and robbed them.
They say Turley is suspected of using one of the victim's ATM card at a Tulsa bank. Police released surveillance photos which allegedly show him withdrawing money from the ATM.
When questioned, police said in the arrest report, Turley denied being involved in the robbery. After looking at the surveillance photos, police said Turley said that was a close friend and not him.
Police say the second man involved in the robbery and kidnapping has yet to be identified.