Two people are arrested following a break-in at McLain High School in Tulsa.
Police say 25-year old Randall Crittington and a juvenile broke in a window and glass door at the school in the 5000 block of North Peoria.
Police officers say the thieves took three sets of golf clubs before running into school maintenance workers. The suspects ran off but they were captured a short time later.
Crittington was caught with the help of a police dog and had to be treated for some bites.
Police officers recovered the golf clubs.
And in Sand Springs overnight, one person was arrested for trying to steal copper.
It happened at the old Hissom Center on state Highway 51. Sand Springs Police say they've had a rash of copper burglaries from the site.
In fact it's so common, thieves have cut a big hole in the fence to come and go.
Police officers are still looking for a second suspect.
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