A Tulsa police officer has been arrested for engaging in prostitution within 1000 feet of a church and having a gun while committing a felony.
David Turner was arrested Thursday night at the Executive Inn at 11328 E. 11th Street while he was off duty.
The Arrest & Booking report show Turner's arrest in room 114 at the Executive Inn stemmed from an investigation he was at the center of.
Since then we've found out the investigation was launched after reports of criminal activity involving Turner.
For answers, FOX23 went right to Turner's home, and although we found out he's on paid administrative leave, no one answered.
One neighbor we found was surprised to hear about the officer's arrest, but she didn't want to go on camera.
From Tulsa police we've been able to determine the investigation into Turner was a lengthy one. And it came to head Thursday when documents show he made contact with an undercover female officer and solicited sex for $40.
We even tried talking with residents at the Executive Inn.
Most said the story makes them lose faith in police, but they didn't want to go on camera.
And the one man who did, Dorian Hickman, says Turner should get a break.
"As long as he wasn't burning the clock, what he does in his spare time is his business," Hickman said. "He's still human."
We found out Turner's second charge involving a firearm is because when he arrested in this room, he was searched and police found a loaded gun on the off duty officer.
FOX23 contacted TPD who told us Turner was under investigation and is on paid administrative leave.