Three facing charges stemming from armed robberies of TU students
BY AMANDA BLAND World Staff Writer
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Prosecutors on Tuesday charged three people suspected of robbing two University of Tulsa students in January.
DeMarco Shea Morris, Patrick Dewayne Sisco and Camilla Robinson were charged with two counts of armed robbery, Tulsa County District Court filings show.
They are accused of robbing one man near the university’s Norman Village apartments and another in the area of 11th Street and Pittsburg Avenue, police said previously.
Filings allege the victims were robbed of their backpacks and wallets.
Robinson, 18, of Broken Arrow, is also accused of using a stolen credit or debit card at Walmart, 6625 S. Memorial Drive, on the day of the robberies.
Additionally, Morris, 20, and Sisco, 18, both of Tulsa, face charges of knowingly concealing or receiving stolen property.
Sisco is charged with possession of a firearm while in the commission of a felony and unlawful possession of a controlled drug in the case.
The men remain at the Tulsa Jail. Robinson is not currently in custody.
A judge deferred sentencing for three years after Morris pleaded guilty to three counts of knowingly concealing stolen property in July.
Sisco pleaded guilty and Morris pleaded no contest to eight counts of second-degree burglary in Rogers County last year. Morris’ sentence was suspended and sentencing was deferred in Sisco’s case.
From left to right, DeMarco Shea Morris and Patrick Dewayne Sisco