TULSA - A fugitive couple on the run for more than a week is now in police custody.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation officials say Heather Black, who was on the run with her felon boyfriend Joshua Schneider, turned herself in Saturday afternoon.
Tulsa Police Department then began a search for Schneider, 33, who is wanted on several felony warrants and for questioning in the murder of Northeastern State University professor, Dr. Tiffany Maher.
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The couple, both of Broken Arrow, was wanted on counts of child neglect and eluding a police officer.
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Black was taken in to custody near 91st Street and Highway 169 in south Tulsa. According to OSBI, Schneider was apprehended several minutes later.
Both will be booked into the Tulsa County Jail.
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