Police arrest notorious burglar
BY ZACK STOYCOFF World Staff Writer
Friday, May 25, 2012
5/25/12 at 6:28 AM
A man who is described as a notorious burglar and was wanted in the burglary of an unmarked police vehicle May 16 was arrested Wednesday, Tulsa police said.
Bryden Gunnar Hill, 20, is accused of stealing weapons and equipment from the vehicle parked in front of a police officer's house, police said.
Officers arrested a juvenile shortly after the burglary and recovered an assault rifle, shotgun and the remaining stolen property, but investigators believed that Hill worked with the juvenile.
Tulsa police and members of the Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force found Hill about 3 p.m. Wednesday at Quality Inn, 2301 W. Concord St., in Broken Arrow, police said. Police said he resisted officers and was arrested with help from a police dog.
He was booked into the Tulsa Jail on charges of knowingly concealing stolen property, possessing a firearm after felony convictions, possessing drugs and a complaint of resisting arrest.
Hill, who is described by police as a notoriously active burglar, has 13 felony convictions in four cases related to burglaries or stolen property since 2010, court records show. He is set to be on probation until January 2013 in previous cases.
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