Tulsa man allegedly burglarizes elementary school, arrested


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Updated: 1/25 12:59 pm Published: 1/25 12:38 pm


Wilson Dorle-McKinney was arrested for reportedly burglarizing Gilcrease Elementary school early Saturday morning.

According to Tulsa police arrest reports, at approximately 1:30 a.m., officers arrived to the elementary school to investigate an alarm at the school.

As they pulled up to the school, Dorle-McKinney, 18, was seen walking out of the school with a bag full of school-related items, the arrest report stated.

After he was placed under arrest, Dorle-McKinney admitted that got into the school by entering through the roof. Once inside, Dorle-McKinney told police he damaged two video surveillance cameras and stripping the wiring off of them, the booking reports said.

Reports said officers found wiring in his front left pants pocket, three screwdrivers, pliers, a flashlight and a pair of gloves.

School security informed police that Dorle-McKinney didn't have permission to enter the school, the report stated.

Dorle-McKinney was arrested on felony complaints of second-degree burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen copper wire and malicious injury to property.

According to court records, Dorle-McKinney also had a warrant out for failing to appear on a charge of possession of a controlled drug.

He was transported to Tulsa County Jail and his bond was set to $16,500.  


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karlschneider - 1/25/2014 6:27 PM
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He admitted he broke in through the roof...then the cops checked with the school security people to see if he was permitted to enter? No wonder they call us Okies...
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