Deputies say the discovery of an alleged chop shop in Sperry all began with a GPS locator and a reported stolen vehicle.
The sheriff's office arrested two men, 24-year-old Bobby Corley and 19-year-old Trenton King after catching them in the act of dismantling a car.
In their arrest report, deputies say they pinged the GPS on a stolen vehicle and tracked it to a home on North Lewis Avenue in Sperry.
Tulsa Co deputies uncover suspected chop shop in Sperry. They say they caught the suspects in the act of dismantling a vehicle. pic.twitter.com/vJHrFKP0js— Dave Davis (@DaveDavisKOTV) June 26, 2018
Sheriff's deputies arrived and immediately found two vehicles that been reported stolen and then later found a third that the two men appearing to be in the process of taking apart.
Inside the building, deputies found a fourth vehicle, that Corley claimed was his. Inside, deputies found 120 grams of marijuana.
Later, deputies say they found yet another dismantled vehicle on the property that had reported stolen.