TULSA, Okla. - Two home invasion crimes with similar suspect and vehicle descriptions, and practically identical scenarios, played out within about a half hour of each other Friday morning, one in Tulsa, one in Broken Arrow.
At approximately 9:00 a.m., a man near E. 51st St. and S. Sheridan Ave. says he heard two men trying to kick in his door, and confronted them with a weapon.
The two men jumped into a white Ford Taurus with dark tinted windows and a sun roof and drove away, one of the men pointing a weapon at him as they left.
About a half hour later, a woman in her home near E. 71st St. and S. Garnett Ave. opened fire on two men trying to kick in her door.
A witness saw a white Ford with dark tinted windows and a sun roof driving from the scene at a high rate of speed.
KRMG contacted BAPD Cpl. Leon Calhoun and pointed out the similarities in suspect descriptions, he says he's contacted detectives with that information.
He added that the Ford in the Broken Arrow case was described as "kind of beat up, wasn't in great condition."