Charges filed against Braum's robbery suspects
BY DAVID HARPER World Staff Writer
Friday, October 26, 2012
Two Tulsa men were charged Friday with committing an armed robbery at a local Braum's last Saturday.
Roderick Lamont Ruble, 24, and Christopher White, 18, are accused of robbing the Braum's at 3126 S. 129th East Ave. about 6 a.m. Saturday.
Employees told police that two robbers were in the back of the business, a police report says.
Officers were not able to find the robbers in an initial search, but after viewing surveillance video, another search was conducted and Ruble was found hiding behind an air duct in the attic, police said.
A court document says Ruble had hidden in the attic for several hours before being arrested.
Ruble told detectives he had left a mask and a BB gun inside the building, and officers later recovered the items, according to the police report.
White was arrested Monday, and both men remained in the Tulsa Jail as of Friday evening.
Roderick Lamont Ruble