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.
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.