TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Tulsa Police Department says they arrested an alleged porch pirate with an "unusual and questionably effective" mask.
On Jan. 6, Tulsa police were made aware of a porch pirate case in a neighborhood near South Olympia and West 51st.
TPD says they were provided surveillance images of the suspect. With the help of the Flock system, police were able to locate the suspect's vehicle.
A Tulsa street crimes officer recognized the suspect from previous porch pirate cases where he was seen wearing women's underwear as a mask.
Officers located the suspect's home near West Admiral and South Rosedale.
Officers knocked on the front door and could see the suspect, Spencer Gougler inside.
Gougler remained inside and allegedly refused to talk.
TPD contained the house while a search warrant was obtained.
After the warrant was signed, Gougler exited after the officers' request.
Gougler was arrested and booked in the Tulsa County Jail for five counts of larceny, knowingly concealing stolen property, and grand larceny.