Articles Tagged with Tulsa

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An Oklahoma man claiming he was a federal marshal allegedly tried to rob an Audi from a dealership using his faux position of power. 

On the afternoon of April 11, a dealership in Tulsa was visited by a man claiming that he was a federal marshal. 

The man, identified as Randy Cantwell, informed one of the salespeople that he was interested in checking out one of the Audis they had in the lot, and he wanted to take it for a test drive. 

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A man allegedly stalked a woman he previously worked with for over a month before reportedly shooting her husband and taking her hostage.

Justin Arthur-Ray Davis lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and recently left his place of employment.

Davis reportedly kept contacting one of his female coworkers for more than a month after severing ties with the company.

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When the driver of a vehicle with two passengers saw a police vehicle in the act of assisting another officer on the road, he thought he was being pulled over and tried to flee.

Tyler Smithee, a man with a warrant out for his arrest for shooting with intent to kill charges, was driving a truck with two female passengers on the evening of November 5.

While cruising down the road, Smithee noticed a police car behind him, and the officer turned on his lights to try to get the truck to clear a path for him.

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An Oklahoma father was arrested after allegedly causing an accident and fleeing the scene while driving under the influence of alcohol with his infant in the vehicle.

Stephon Hadley was reportedly traveling in his vehicle in Owasso with his infant in the back seat.

During their trip, Hadley allegedly slammed into a truck that was on the same road, allegedly forcing the vehicle off the street and into a trench next to the shoulder.

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A suspect has been accused of taking advantage of a 75-year-old woman who survived the Camp Fire by allegedly stealing over $63,000 from the insurance money issued to cover the victim’s losses.

In 2018, the Camp Fire, one of the worst fires California has ever experienced, forced an estimated 50,000 to relocate from their residences in addition to consuming the lives of several people.

At the end of July, the authorities learned about a 75-year-old woman who had lost her home in the fire and had received a check from her insurance company to assist her with the catastrophic event. They reportedly found that a 29-year-old California resident, Brenda Rose Asbury, had allegedly found a way to extract $63,100 from the woman’s settlement money.

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