Police: Stolen vehicles recovered, 3 suspects in custody
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —
The Tulsa Police Department conducted a search warrant as the result of an investigation into stolen vehicles, and two vehicles have been recovered, one motorcycle and one truck.
The warrant resulted in the arrest of three suspects, police say.
According to police, officers located a white crystal-like substance in the residence, which was field tested and given a presumptive positive for meth. A digital scale and baggies were also located in the house, police say. Jessica Davis, 37, stated that all of the property in the house was hers, according to police reports, and she was arrested for Possession of CD with Intent to Distribute.
Richard Deeter, 59, was arrested on two counts of Possession Vehicle and two counts of Altering or Removing VIN, and James Pigeon, 49, was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant, according to police.