Three suspects arrested in connection with north Tulsa carjacking

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Updated: 1/09 2:43 pm Published: 1/09 5:49 am

An anonymous tip led to the arrest of three suspects Wednesday in connection to a carjacking on New Year's Day in north Tulsa.

FOX23 News first reported a family was carjacked at gunpoint outside their home in the 1300 block of N. Atlanta Place on Jan. 1.

Police reports show Christopher Cshaverr Railback, 18, of Tulsa and two other suspects were arrested Wednesday.

Reports said detectives were tipped off that Railback and two other suspects had committed the robbery. The tip also claimed Railback sold the gold that was taken during the robbery at a pawn shop.

After following up with the tips provided, detectives found the stolen gold that was sold. Detectives identified Railback as the man who sold the gold, by the driver's license Railback provided to the pawn shop.

Railback was arrested outside his residence, why the other two suspects were arrested at school, reports said. One of the suspects was arrested on warrants and the other came in for an interview.

All three suspects confessed and were arrested, reports show.

Railback was arrested on felony complaints of robbery with a dangerous weapon and knowingly concealing stolen property. Railback was transported to Tulsa County Jail and his bond was set to $51,500.

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rj1978 - 1/26/2014 1:28 PM
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A black male does that surprise anyone!

JAZZY1214 - 1/9/2014 8:09 AM
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good well deserved for these thugs I only hope time in prison will help this boy rectify his mistakes.
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