Tulsa Credit Union Robbery Suspect Surrenders To FBI

Wednesday, July 20th 2011, 2:12 pm
By: News On 6


TULSA, Oklahoma -- FBI agents arrested a Tulsa man suspected of robbing the Tulsa Federal Credit Union on Monday, July 18, 2011.

The man is identified as 41-year-old Steven Wooten.  He was arrested Tuesday afternoon when surrendered at the Tulsa County jail. 

Police say a man used the threat of a bomb to hold up the credit union at 9323 East 21st Street. Officers say the suspect entered the bank with a brief case, placed it on the counter and handed the teller a note there was a bomb inside.

After getting the money, the man ran out of the building.

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Wooten was arrested on two outstanding warrants and booked into the Tulsa County jail. He is charged in June with scamming a Tulsa business out of money on a roofing job.

He is being held without bond pending federal charges.