TPD: Man arrested twice in one week for grand theft

TULSA, Okla. — Police arrested a man twice in one week after he was found, both times, driving a stolen vehicle.

On January 17, police arrested Tristan Conly after they received a report of a stolen truck. The victim called claiming he was following his own truck.

After police found the truck on I-244 near Yale, Conly was taken into custody, refusing to speak with officers.

The truck had a stolen tag and a damaged ignition, but was returned to the owner.

Conly was originally arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, improper tag and driving with a suspended license.

Conly bonded out of jail shortly after that arrest, but was arrested again on January 23.

Officers had noticed an SUV that had been previously reported stolen near North Harvard and East Admiral and attempted a traffic stop.

The driver, Conly, stopped but then sped off leading police on a chase.

Conly spun out near North Oswego and East Independence and bailed out on foot. He then jumped over the fence, ran through the neighborhood, but was eventually caught and taken into custody.

He claimed he did not steal the SUV, He said someone has been leaving stolen cars in front of his house. Police also found 2.25 grams of meth on him.

Conly was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, eluding, drug possession and driving with a suspended license.

Conly is currently in the Tulsa County Jail, with a bond set at $8,500.