Armed robbery suspect attempts to barter with TPD after attack

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police have made an arrest after a man was stabbed and robbed near I-44 and Peoria.

Officers were called to the area Tuesday night before 11 p.m. When they arrived, witnesses said a man walked up to the victim and attacked and stabbed him before leaving with his bike.

“Other witnesses actually saw it happen, ran over to help and called 911,” said Tulsa Police Officer Andre Baul.

The suspect, now identified as Sage Singleton, was found down the street.

When officers confronted him, Singleton allegedly asked officers, “If I give you the bike, will you let me go?”

“It didn’t go over well,” said Baul.

Singleton also told officers that he didn’t get far because the bike had a flat tire.

Baul said the victim is expected to be okay.

“It could have been worse, but doesn’t look like it was anything too serious,” said Baul.

Singleton was arrested on a charge of Armed Robbery After Former Conviction of a Felony. He is being held in the Tulsa County jail on a $100,000 bond.

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