2 People Arrested, Accused Of Mail Theft By Rogers County Deputies


Sunday, January 23rd 2022, 9:34 pm


ROGERS COUNTY, Oklahoma -

Rogers County deputies arrest two people accused of driving house to house and stealing mail.

Deputies said a caller told them a truck was driving through Inola and two people inside were taking mail on Saturday.

Deputies said they caught up to a truck at a gas station and arrested the driver, Jason Sitsler and passenger Teresa Gillum.

They said Sitsler refused to give his name but deputies recognized him from previous arrests.

In the truck, deputies said they found mail addressed to people in Rogers, Mayes and Tulsa counties.

Deputies said they also found other stolen items, including a Home Depot credit card and a receipt for items bought with the card.

Both suspects were booked into Rogers County Jail and Sitsler is facing 23 charges of porch piracy.

Rogers County deputies are working with the USPS to notify victims.