Teenager faces off with K9 during high school break-in, loses

Published: 05/17/2019, 6:03 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(TULSA, Okla.) Early Friday, officers were radio assigned to a burglary at Nathan Hale High School at 6960 E 21st Street. Upon arrival, K9 officers discovered the point of entry was two open windows on the southwest corner of the school. Officers held a perimeter around the school with assistance from the police helicopter. Upon arrival of a key holder, K9 Officers made entry from the main entrance with K9 Loki. Loki located two suspects in room 205 who did not obey commands to come out of the room. Loki entered and bit a 14-year-old suspect on his arms and right leg. The 14-year-old suspect surrendered at that time. The suspects were seen on video removing fire extinguishers prior to officers arrival. Both suspects were arrested for 2nd Degree Burglary and resisting arrest. One was transported to St. Johns for treatment from the dog bite.


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