• Teen criminals in Green Country

    By: Sara Whaley


    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts: 

    • Police in Tulsa and Broken Arrow told FOX23 they are dealing with a trend of more teens committing crimes. 
    • Police think there is a new teen criminal gang that is responsible for police chases, burglaries and even a murder. 
    • They say the trend started in October 2017. 
    • Officials are worried the crimes could escalate. 
    • FOX23's Sara Whaley is talking to police about the issue and local district attorneys about options for young criminals in Green Country 
    • See her full story in the video above.


    Some area police are worried about a growing trend in crimes in Tulsa and Broken Arrow. 

    Police say they are seeing suspects getting younger and younger in crimes like car chases, burglaries, robberies and even murder. 

    Now, they're worried a teen gang could be responsible 

    FOX23's Sara Whaley talked to police and local district attorneys about the trend and what they think could help put a stop to it. 

    See her full report in the video above.


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