Stabbing, Robbery And Burglary Keep Police Busy Overnight
Tuesday, July 17th 2007, 6:19 am
By: News On 6
Tulsa Police were busy overnight investigating a variety of crimes. In the first incident, a man was hospitalized after he was stabbed at his Tulsa apartment complex. Tulsa Police officers were called to 5th and Atlanta overnight, where witnesses say two men were arguing in front of one of the apartments. Police say the suspect pulled a knife and stabbed the other man at least twice in the stomach before running away.
The victim told police he did not know the other man. Police say the stabbing may have been drug related. The suspect remains at large.
Also overnight, a brother and sister are arrested for allegedly robbing a woman at gunpoint. Around midnight, the two went to Escapades at 11th and Yale. Once inside, Tulsa Police say the brother started a fight and was kicked out of the club. Police say the suspect then followed a woman walking from the club to her apartment at 4th and Mingo. The suspect pulled a gun and robbed the woman of some clothes and her keys.
The brother and sister were found in a nearby neighborhood by a Tulsa Police officer and arrested.
And Tulsa Police are investigating a smash and grab burglary at Kathleen's Kids near 82nd and Harvard. Police officers say about 4 a.m. Tuesday, someone used a piece of concrete to smash the door. The registers were open without cash drawers, so investigators say it appears nothing was taken.
Tulsa Police are calling it a burglary without loss.