A teenager, who was booked into Tulsa County jail Friday, is suspected to have taken part in two home invasions in as many months.
Antonio Daron Daniels, 18, was arrested Thursday afternoon and booked into jail Friday morning.
Police say he is suspected in two different robberies.
According to court documents, the first robbery happened on June 28 at 310 West 50th Place North. The documents allege that Daniels, working with other unknown suspects, entered the home and robbed a woman at gunpoint. For that, he faces charges of robbery with a fire arm, first degree burglary, and possession of a firearm after a juvenile adjudication.
Police say Daniels was named a suspect in that crime during the course of investigation, and a warrant was issued for his arrest on Thursday.
An arrest report acquired by the News on 6 states Daniels was identified by one of the victims in a burglary that happened last Saturday, July 21.
According to the report, three black males entered the residence at 2031 North Columbia Avenue and tied up the victims inside. At least one of the suspects was armed during the robbery. The report states the suspects stole some property from inside the house, including a victim's ATM card, and two vehicles that belonged to a victim.
The suspects obtained the PIN for the stolen ATM card, and according to the arrest report, Daniels was found to have used the card at an ATM.
Police say they also recovered property consistent with that which was reported stolen by the victims from the residence where Daniels was located Friday.
Daniels was booked on a complaint of robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with that incident.
He is now being held at a Tulsa County jail on a $1,000 bond.