TULSA - A Tulsa man was booked into jail Saturday after police say he robbed a Tulsa Teacher Credit Union branch at gun point Wednesday.
Police say 22-year-old Dehrain Eugene Wilson entered the TTCU the Credit Union branch near the 100 block of East Pine Street and demanded money.
After the suspect fled, a security guard fired several shots at the suspect, striking him in the arm one time, according to a booking report.
Police say Wilson then went to his grandmother’s house in the 1600 block of North Greenwood Ave. and called for EMSA.
When police and EMSA arrived they found blood on the front porch, according to a booking report.
Police say the front door was opened and officers observed a subject lying on the floor just inside the front door.
The subject had a gunshot wound to his left arm and was holding a cordless phone, police say.
After a search warrant was obtained for the home, detective’s found a red backpack with a large amount of money, including bail bills from TTCU, police say.
Also inside the backpack was a loaded revolver and a black ski mask was located inside the home, police say.
Wilson was arrested on one complaint of robbery with a dangerous weapon charge.
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