Men arrested on multiple burglary-from-vehicle allegations
BY KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writer
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Two Tulsa men were arrested early Tuesday on accusations that they committed several burglaries from vehicles.
Adam Fields and Guy Charles Green Jr., both 19, were taken into custody on multiple burglary complaints, jail records show.
Fields was also arrested on complaints of possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute and attempting to escape from arrest.
Police responded to the 12000 block of South Delaware Avenue after a resident saw two people driving away in a white Dodge Charger just after 5 a.m. Tuesday.
The car was later stopped by police in the 9100 block of South College Avenue, according to an arrest report.
The responding officer noticed a credit card stuck to the front passenger window and what appeared to be a bag containing marijuana in the glove box, the report says.
Fields, the driver of the vehicle, was in the process of hiding a tire iron under the driver's seat as he told the officer that the vehicle belonged to him, the report says.
During a search of the vehicle, police found several small bags of marijuana, unidentified pills and "a set of functional digital scales and numerous spare baggies," the report notes.
Police also recovered a metal window punch, flashlights, a camera case and a stolen wallet, the report says.
Fields and Green are also accused of stealing medications, medical equipment, a projector screen and iPods from vehicles, police said.
During interviews with detectives, Green confessed to breaking into several vehicles and assisted police in finding a stolen shotgun and police vest that had been dumped in a culvert, police said.
Fields denied breaking into vehicles but said he drove Green to various locations to help gather the stolen items, police said.
Fields attempted to escape from custody by breaking several restraints, police said.
Guy Charles Green Jr.