• Porter homeowner stands up to suspected burglar

    By: Chrishayla Smith

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    TULSA, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:

    • Wagoner County sheriff's deputies arrested Nicholas Harsen after responding to a call about him breaking into a Porter home near 231st Street and 397th Street Friday morning.
    • When deputies arrived, they saw the homeowner holding Harsen at gunpoint.
    • The house had been burglarized before and the owner decided to spend the night there to catch the burglars.
    • Harsen is charged with grand larceny, trespassing and other unrelated charges. 

    Wagoner County sheriff's deputies arrested Nicholas Harsen after responding to a call about him breaking into a Porter home near 231st Street and 397th Street Friday morning.

    The homeowner told police that he watched Harsen open his gate and drive through the property. The homeowner held Harsen at gunpoint until officers got there. When deputies arrived, they arrested the suspect without any problems.

    After investigating, deputies found out the house had been burglarized before and decided to spend the night at the house to catch the burglars. 

    Harsen is charged with grand larceny, trespassing and other unrelated charges. 


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