Tulsa Police Stop Party Bus Of Bishop Kelley High School Students

Saturday, June 25th 2011, 9:40 am
By: News On 6


TULSA, Oklahoma -- Tulsa police stopped a party bus of graduating Bishop Kelley High School students and several adults after a complaint of vandalism at a Tulsa club. They issued one citation and confiscated four bogus IDs in the traffic stop.

Officers got a call after midnight that a student had vandalized a restroom at the Hurricane Lounge near 11th and Harvard where the bus had stopped to let the kids use the bathroom. Someone from the club called police and followed the bus as it went westbound on the Broken Arrow Expressway.

When police pulled the charter bus over on the BA just west of Harvard, they found some adults on board along with juveniles who police say had been drinking alcohol.

One officer told the group to turn in their fake driver's licenses, or he would search everyone on board. He was immediately given four phony IDs.

While the bus was stopped, one woman drove to the scene and took several girls off the bus.

The person identified as committing the vandalism was issued a ticket, and the bus was allowed to leave.