Three suspects are in custody after being tied to multiple reported armed robberies overnight.
At 3 a.m., Tulsa police responded to a woman who said she had been robbed at gunpoint by a suspect at apartments behind the Kum & Go at 21st and Sheridan. Police said the Kum & Go at 21st and Sheridan was also a victim of the suspect(s), but did not have further details.
While police were responding to those robberies, four teenage males walked up and told police they had just been robbed down the street on 21st.
Among the items reportedly stolen from the multiple victims were a cell phone, cash, credit cards, food stamp card and a necklace.
Police tracked the stolen cell phone and stopped the suspected vehicle at 63rd and Riverside at approximately 3:30 a.m. Inside were two males and one female, who the victims eventually identified as the suspects.
The female suspect was reportedly wearing the stolen necklace and police recovered most of the other stolen items inside the suspect vehicle. The three suspects were arrested on six counts of armed robbery and police say there was also a small amount of drugs that was found in their vehicle.
No weapons were found in the suspect vehicle but police say they have reason to believe the suspects may have stopped somewhere to drop off the weapons, based on data they received when tracking the individuals.
The suspects have been identified as Aurel WIlliams, 21, Raheem Scott, 24 and Deonte Davis, 23. They were arrested on six complaints of armed robbery and are each being held on over $300,000 bond.