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most wanted... - Tulsa Police Department
Tulsa Police Department
Detective Division
Newsletter
May 24, 2012
Issue 40
Detective Division
600 Civic Center, 2nd Floor
Tulsa, OK 74103
(918) 596-9133
Auto Theft
Burglary
Child Crisis Unit
Family Violence
Financial Crimes
Homicide
Major Crimes
Pawn Detail
Robbery
Sex Crimes
Cyber Crimes
Fugitive Warrants
Missing Adults
Missing Children
Senior Services
(918) 669-6520
(918) 596-9155
(918) 669-6504
(918) 746-5250
(918) 596-9209
(918) 596-9135
(918) 596-9122
(918) 596-9181
(918) 596-9137
(918) 596-9168
(918) 591-4740
(918) 596-9352
(918) 596-9183
(918) 596-9862
(918) 596-9165
Detective Division Cookout...
The Detective Division cookout was a great success! Lots of good
food and great fellowship. Thanks to everyone who pitched in and
helped. A special thanks to Richard Alexander at Hasty Bake for
donating the use of his grills.
Cpl. Tallman “The Grill Master”
hard at work.
You can also email us! Simply
go to www.tulsapolice.org and click
on 'Detective Division'.
By selecting a crime type you can
send your message directly to a
detective.
Cpl. Coleman and Dep. Chief
Larsen with great anticipation.
Quote of the Week...
"I have learned, that if one advances
confidently in the direction of his dreams,
and endeavors to live the life he has
imagined, he will meet with a success
unexpected in common hours."
– Henry Thoreau
Statistics...
Great turnout and great food!
Detectives Kirby and Wright show that
style is key!
MOST WANTED...
Darell Toni Mitchell
Description: Black Male, 24
DOB: 07/11/87
Height: 6'00
Weight: 170
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
TPD#: N-290525
Darell Mitchell is currently wanted out Tulsa County for Attempted Robbery
with a Firearm and a traffic warrant. Mitchell should be considered armed
and dangerous.
If you have any information call CRIME STOPPERS at (918)596-COPS. It's completely
anonymous, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get a reward!
Page 2
During our Divisional Meeting on Thursday, twelve (12) detectives were
commended by Police Chief Chuck Jordan. He received a correspondence from
Major Rob Turner for their efforts in regards to this year's spring in-service. Major
Turner reports “775 officers from across the city were successfully transitioned
through in-service and that those involved did outstanding work. I appreciate your
dedication and positive attitude. Your actions have not gone unnoticed and puts
the entire police department in a positive light. Keep up the good work!”
Those who received commendations were:
Sgt. Tim Bracken
Cpl. Eric Leverington
Officer Vic Regalado
Sgt. Stephanie Jackson
Cpl. Tom Milburn
Officer Kathy Still
Sgt. Mark Mears
Cpl. Greg Smith
Officer Sara Vas
Sgt. Dave Walker
Cpl. Aaron Tallman
Officer Jason White
Upcoming Events...
May 28 – Memorial Day Holiday
●
June 11 – Holster Training Class
●
June 12 – Basic Investigation
Class
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June 12 – Basic Handgun Class
●
June 12 – Physical Wellness Class
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June 15 – Non-Bid Board
Selections Completed
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Help Solve an Unsolved...
KENDRICH SHELTON
On March 29, 2011 officers
were assigned to 2000 N.
Quaker Ave reference a DOA .
Once at the scene, officers
discovered a black male later
identified as Kendrich A.
Shelton lying deceased in a
field.
Anyone with information that leads to an arrest
can be eligible for a reward. Call 918-596-COPS.
Hard Hitting Detective Work!
In the early morning hours of May 17th, a police vehicle
was burglarized in which weapons and police equipment
were stolen. The Burglary Unit's investigation led them to
several active suspects; the first of which was a 17-yearold juvenile, who was found to be in possession of most of
the stolen property. He was interviewed and arrested.
Megan Brown
Bryden Hill
On May 18th, the Warrants Unit found the second suspect,
Megan Brown, 18, driving a black Mazda hatchback. RID
Field Officers conducted a traffic stop and found the rest
of the stolen property in the vehicle. Brown was brought
to the Detective Division for questioning and later
arrested on an active warrant. Her bond is set at $5000.
On May 23rd at around 3:00 PM, the Fugitive Warrants Squad and Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes
Task Force located and arrested 20 year old Bryden Hill, Megan Brown's boyfriend. Hill was located
in Broken Arrow where he resisted arrest and was taken into custody with the assistance of a police
K-9. Hill is charged with Knowingly Concealing Stolen Property, Possession of a Firearm after Former
Conviction of a Felony, Possession of a Controlled Drug and Resisting Arrest. His bond is set at
$33,000.
ALH

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