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Video: Tulsa Officer Saves Teen from Burning Car

February 20, 2014
A Tulsa police officer risked his life to save a teenage boy from a burning car. As the engine burst into flames, four of the teens were able to get out of the car but Whitney couldn't move.

Tulsa Officer Saves Teen from Burning Car

February 20, 2014

A Tulsa police officer Officer Clayton Hicks of Tulsa PD pulled teen Zack Whitney from a burning car. Read Full Story Here.

Video: Tulsa Officer Catches Baby Tossed from Apartment Fire

January 6, 2014
A Tulsa, Okla., officer caught a baby that was dropped to him from a balcony as residents desperately tried to escape the smoke and flames shooting from an apartment fire early this morning.

Tulsa Officer Catches Baby Tossed from Apartment Fire

January 6, 2014

A Tulsa, Okla., officer caught a baby that was dropped to him from a balcony as residents desperately tried to escape the smoke and flames shooting from an apartment fire early this morning. Read Full Story Here.

Okla. Police Investigate Racy Cruiser Photos

April 30, 2013
Tulsa (Okla.) Police Chief Chuck Jordan launched an internal investigation after a local news outlet inquired about racy photos showing scantily clad women posing next to an agency vehicle.

Suspect Sues Okla. Cops for Traffic Stop Push-Ups

October 22, 2012
Brian Lumpkin claims two Tulsa Police Department officers in the gangs unit wrongfully pulled him over, and then made him do push-ups to get out of a ticket.

Okla. Captain Sues Department Over Mosque Assignment

August 16, 2012
A Tulsa police officer and devout Christian is suing his department after being punished for refusing to go to a mosque for a mandatory cultural event.

Tulsa Judge Sets $9.1M Bail In Good Friday Shooting

April 9, 2012
A Tulsa, Okla., judge set bail at $9.16 million for two men who allegedly shot three people during a shooting rampage on Friday in the racially charged case.

Federal Judge Sentences Tulsa Officers, ATF Agent

December 6, 2011
A federal judge on Tuesday told a former Tulsa police officer that he'd "dishonored the badge" before sentencing him to 10 years in prison for his role in a police corruption scandal that led to dozens of convictions being overturned.

Jury Convicts Tulsa Cop, Clears Another

August 26, 2011
Jurors convicted Officer Jeff Henderson on eight of the 53 counts against him, and cleared Officer William Yelton on the eight charges he faced.

Tulsa Officer Gave 'Take Out' Order for Inmate

August 11, 2011
Sgt. Carla Housely said she wrote out a statement by inmate Durrell Collins, who claimed that Tulsa Police Officer Bill Yelton asked him to beat up another inmate in the Tulsa Jail,

C.I. Testifies Tulsa Officer Gave Her Gifts

August 6, 2011
A criminal informant testified about her close friendship with a Tulsa (Okla.) Police officer she said gave her gifts, after she took the stand in a federal police misconduct trial.

ATF Agent Participated In Crimes with Tulsa Cops

August 4, 2011
Brandon McFadden, who pleaded guilty to drug distribution and is awaiting sentencing, said he knew Officer Jeff Henderson made up information to obtain search warrants and used a criminal informant to sell drugs.

Shots Fired: Tulsa, Okla., The Alley

June 15, 2011

Tulsa K-9 Officer Steve Downie was summononed to a dark alley about a mile from a fast-food restaurant that had been robbed on June 10, 1996. Officer Downie and Officer Dick Hobson began searching the alley on foot, when muzzle blasts lighted up the area. Suspect Steven Williams, 21, had engaged officers with a shotgun, firing from a darkened corner in front of a steel plate (visible on the right). Read the full story, as our "Shots Fired" feature for June. Photos are courtesy of Steve Downie.

Shots Fired: Tulsa, Oklahoma 06/10/1996

June 15, 2011

The incident started like a bad joke: "A black guy, a white guy, and an American Indian guy enter a restaurant..." But what happened when this diverse group walked into a Whataburger fast-food joint in Tulsa, Okla., shortly after 9 p.m. June 10, 1996, was not funny.

Okla. Officers Cleared, Retired Cop Convicted of Corruption

June 11, 2011
Officer Bruce Bonham and Officer Nick DeBruin were acquitted on all the counts against them. Retired Cpl. Harold Wells was found guilty of drug conspiracy, carrying a firearm during drug trafficking and stealing U.S. funds during the FBI sting at a local motel.

Tulsa Police Trace Dead Gang Member's Gun to Detroit Officer

April 19, 2011
The 9mm handgun possessed by a Crip gang member who was shot by a Tulsa (Okla.) Police officer was once the service weapon of a Detroit Police officer.

Okla. Capt. Sues Superior In Islamic Event Flap

February 24, 2011
The Tulsa (Okla.) Police captain reprimanded for declining to send officers to an Islamic center event fired back Wednesday, filing a federal civil rights lawsuit against his supervisor.

Oklahoma Capt. Faces IA Probe for Not Ordering Force To Islamic Event

February 22, 2011
Capt. Paul Fields apparently violated the department's obedience policy, when he declined to send the officers because he said the order conflicted with his personal religious convictions and violated his civil rights.

Tulsa PD Welcomes 42 New Recruits

January 25, 2011
By establishing a recruit class, the department is moving forward after layoffs and budget cuts. The department is also facing a federal corruption probe. In the past, academy classes have had just 20 to 25 members.
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