April, 2014


3 Tulsa police officers being hailed as heroes after saving clerk's life
Officers Kerns, Lagrone and Weakley used special first aid kits to keep shooting victim alive.


Police say thieves used stolen credit card right in front of victim
Three woman used a woman's stolen credit card to pay for their nails as she waited for hers to be finished.


People in east Tulsa on high alert after armed robbery
Police say an armed robber wearing a bandana over his face robbed two Applebee's employees and their friend early Monday morning.


Tulsa police need help identifying suspects
Tulsa police say on March 26 two men entered Abby’s Cash for Gold at 4107 S. Yale Ave. and stole $20,000.


Man suspected of child porn possession says he's extremely sorry
Sean Lemoine spoke to FOX23's Sharon Phillips about his costly decision to download child porn.

CRIME STOPPERS is a citizen-supported program that allows people to report criminal activities anonymously.

The Crime Stoppers Coordinator and the Crime Commission Board of Directors determines the amount of awards and ensures payment to those who provide information, and are responsible for raising money to continue their respective programs
To report a crime call 596-COPS or text a tip by following these directions:
  1. Send text to “Crimes” or “274637
  2. Begin your message with “TIP918
  3. Type your tip and hit send
  4. When the text is received, the sender will receive a PIN number within 10 seconds confirming receipt of the information
  5. The tipster will be instructed to call 911 if an emergency or crime in progress is being reported
Visit the Crime Stoppers web site.
See Also: Webtips
OK Crime Prevention Network

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