Two men are behind bars and another is still being sought Friday for reportedly breaking into a north Tulsa home.
Tulsa Police took Kelin Marshall and Bobby Mayfield into custody Thursday morning in an area near the 1400 block of N. Union Ave. Both were arrested on complaints of robbery with a dangerous weapon.
According to a statement from TPD, officers were called to the residence just after 11 a.m. after three male suspects entered the home armed with guns. One of the suspects held a residents at gunpoint while the other two stole items.
Police were able to "saturate the area with patrol and K9 officers which led them to the suspects." Marshall and Mayfield were arrested while the third suspect is still at large.
Previous reports from KTUL state the Mayfield was arrested in 2010 for breaking into an officer's home and stealing his gun and vest. Marshall also was booked on two outstanding juvenile warrants.
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