TULSA - Four men were arrested Thursday for the home invasion described as violent, says Tulsa police.
The suspects arrested, according to Tulsa police, are also thought to be connected to three separate robberies, two of which occurred Wednesday.
Maurece Younger, 18, Dashun Mack, 18, James Jones, 25 and another man, who is listed as a minor, were arrested on six counts of armed robbery. Younger was also arrested on one count of first degree rape.
Pictured below is Maurice Younger.
Pictured below is Dashun Mack.
Pictured below is James Jones.
Thursday morning, a group of black men allegedly kicked down the door of a south Tulsa apartment at the Yale Towne Apartments at 71st and Irvington, say police.
The resident, a woman, was taken to the hospital after the incident. Police say they believe the suspect sexually assaulted her during the break-in.
Then on Wednesday, there were two armed robberies reported: One at 4800 South Hudson and another at 2000 South 123 East Avenue.
The first, at 4800 South Hudson, involved a man who was approached by a car around 9 p.m. A person inside the car instructed him to hand over his backpack.
The second, 2000 South 123 East Avenue, involved four people who were playing basketball when a vehicle approached them armed and demanding they hand over their items. The victims were able to escape on foot, says police.
In each case, the victims provided both physical and car descriptions. TPD pulled over a vehicle on Thursday that matched the descriptions and arrested four men.
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