Tulsa County court documents indicate that Jeremy Wayne Olson had just bonded out of Tulsa County jail 3 days before this incident (1/24/12 - Tuesday) and is already facing felony charges for burglary, knowingly receiving/concealing stolen property and resisting an officer. (Previous booking photo) That case is pending.
A 17-year-old Tulsa boy fended off an intruder Friday night with a sword.
Police say the teen was home alone when Jeremy Olson kicked in the front door of his west Tulsa home.
The teen confronted Olson, hitting him over the head with the sword.
Olson ran from the scene and later called police claiming he'd been shot.
He was treated for his wound and arrested.
Olson is being held on a $20,000 bond.
The 17-year-old is not going to be charged.
The Tulsa Police Department describes the incident:
1st Degree Burglary victim uses sword on suspect: O 012812 at 1031pm dispatch received a panic alarm near 5200 S. 36th W. Ave. Shortly thereafter a shooting call went out a block west where the caller stated he had been shot in the head. Officers quickly determined that the calls were related.
The 17 year old victim had been home alone when he heard someone trying to get in the door at which point he tripped the alarm. He stated that a white male suspect 18yoa then kicked the front door and enters the house. The victim had gone to a bedroom to hide. The suspect confronted the victim in the bed room at which time the victim poked him with a sword with no effect.
The victim and suspect entered the living room at which time the victim hit the suspect over the head with the sword. The suspect got lucky that the sword was more imitation than real and was dull. The sword broke after hitting the suspect.
The suspect fled the scene but then called 911 stating that he had been shot. He taken into custody then treated at the hospital and booked into the jail.