A robbery suspect is caught red-handed, thanks to the social media website Facebook.
Tulsa police say Jordan Johnson met a victim on March 27th to buy a car stereo. Instead, he pulled a gun and took the victim's money, debit card, cell phone, watch, and car stereo.
The meeting between Johnson and the victim was setup by a mutual friend.
Police say the victim contacted the friend and got Johnson's name.
The victim then searched for and found Johnson on Facebook. Police say Johnson had posted pictures of the stolen items on his page.
Officers tracked Johnson down to a home near 21st and Highway 169 Monday afternoon, and took him into custody.
He faces counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon, and public intoxication.