Tulsa Police have a man behind bars they believe is responsible for several armed robberies.
An arrest report states James Edward Shelton tried to sell stolen cell phones back to the person he'd stolen them from the day before.
Officers got a tip from one of Shelton's alleged victims leading them to the suspect on Wednesday, November 13. The owner of a Cricket cell phone store - who also owns the Phone Doctor Store at 31st and Garnett - said Shelton was trying to sell him phones stolen from his other business.
By using descriptions of the 31-year-old convicted felon and his car, a Nissan Maxima with an Azteka paper tag, police say they have tied him to the following armed robberies:
Shelton is being held on a $400,000 bond. Vasquez is also in custody.
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According to an arrest report, Shelton was convicted of armed robbery in Canadian County and was released from an Oklahoma prison in May, 2013.