ARCHIVED PRESS RELEASE: Published 10-23-2013
Armed Robbery at KFC
On October 22 about 10:15 p.m. officers were assigned to an armed
robbery at the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) located at 4235 S.
Peoria Ave. Officers arrived to find the store employee's had
just been robbed and one of the employee's had been shot. The
restaurant had closed and the employees were cleaning when one
employee opened the back door to take out the trash and two
suspects entered the store. One suspect was armed with a hand
gun the other with a kitchen knife. The suspect with the gun fired
one time striking the victim in the abdomen. The suspects
forced the other employee's into the office where an employee was
forced to open the safe. The suspects left the location
through the back door with an undisclosed amount of
Witnesses observed 3 black males leave in a blue 4-door Chevrolet
truck. The employee was taken to St. Francis Hospital and treated
for the gunshot wound.
Suspect Information: black male, early 20's, 5'08"-5'10" tall, 150
lbs. wearing a black hoodie, dark cloth covering his face and blue
jeans with a hand
Black male, early 20's, 5'08"-5'10" tall, 150 lbs. wearing a grey
hoodie and red cloth covering his face carrying kitchen knife.
On October 22 about 9:15 p.m. officers responded to the parking lot
at 3500 S. Sheridan Rd. reference a disturbance. A disturbance
started and subsequently a fight erupted between bar patrons from
Utopia Bar. The suspect, Alicia Duke, entered into the fight
and stabbed the victim in the side with a small knife. Duke fled
the scene as witnesses followed the suspect vehicle. The
suspect vehicle broke down in the area of 5300 E. 41st St.
Officers apprehended the suspect who was positively
identified. The victim was transported to St Francis and was
treated for a non-life threatening stab wound.
Alicia D. Duke, 08/24/94 was arrested for Assault with a Deadly
Weapon. Another suspect was written a citation for his involvement
in the assault.
Collision Involving Drunk Driver
On October 22 about 10:30 p.m. officers responded to a collision
with injuries at 10200 E. 81st St. around. Two vehicles
collided in the intersection of the southbound exit to U.S. 169 and
81st St. A Toyota Tundra apparently ran the red light as it
traveled westbound on E. 81st St. A small Toyota vehicle had exited
the highway and had a green light to turn onto E. 81st St.
The impact occurred on the driver's side of the small Toyota
causing significant injuries to the driver. The driver of the
Tundra was uninjured and left the scene on foot. The driver
of the Tundra contacted a relative and informed him he stole his
truck and it could be recovered at the scene of the
collision. The relative arrived at the scene and provided a
description and name of the suspect. About an hour later TCC Campus
Police notified officers they had discovered a man sleeping behind
one of their dumpsters. Officers and TCC Police found the
suspect, Isaac Turner, asleep behind a dumpster.
Isaac J. Turner, 04/07/80, was arrested for Hit and Run, DUI,
Driving under Suspension and Red Light Violation.
Burglary from Vehicle Suspect Shot by Homeowner
On October 23 just before 5:00 a.m. officers responded to the area
of 10600 E. 33rd St. reference to a shooting. When officers
arrived, a black male was lying in the driveway with a gunshot
wound to the leg. The homeowner stated he heard a noise
coming from outside his house and when he looked outside he noticed
a black male breaking into his vehicle. The homeowner
retrieved his shotgun and went outside and confronted the
male. The two got into a verbal argument and the suspect
pulled a knife from his pocket. The homeowner fired one shot
hitting the suspect in the lower leg. Personal items from the
victim's vehicle were found with the suspect. The suspect was
transported to St. Johns with a non-life threating injury. At this
time the suspect has not been released from the hospital and has
not been booked into the Tulsa County jail.
At this time the investigation is on-going.
*Note: The information in this report is preliminary information
and is subject to change as the investigation continues.