A Sapulpan was arrested in Fayetteville, Arkansas in connection to a brutal homicide in Tulsa—the city’s first of 2022.
The suspects were caught within six hours of the robbery.
An organization moving large quantities of meth through Sapulpa, Broken Arrow and Tulsa, has officially been taken down, along with guns and 16 pounds of meth off the street.
One of his victims broke away to get help in a parking lot, and happened to catch the attention of a Homeland Security special agent.
Braulio Becerra Lopez, 21, was arrested on October 20, 2021 for First Degree Murder. OSBI says they are still searching for two other suspects.
Both parents admitted to using methamphetamines in their home, which they share with five children.
Sapulpa Police call logs report that six vehicles at the Sapulpa Schools Service Center on Burnett Street had their catalytic converters stolen on Thursday, July 29th.
The man thought he was meeting a 14-year-old for sex but instead was met by deputies from the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.
Officers say a bench warrant is likely to be issued to the owner of a dog accused of attacking three people, and biting one.
Investigators discovered 193 images and 33 videos depicting the abuse and rape of children as young as infants.