Jenks Police Patrol Commander arrested on Tulsa County warrant

CREEK COUNTY, Okla. - A Jenks Police Patrol Commander was arrested on a Tulsa County warrant Friday night by Creek County Sheriff's Office deputies.

James William Bennett was booked into the Creek County Jail Friday at 8:39 p.m., according to jail records.

Jail officials tell 2 Works for You that Bennett is still in jail.

Bennett is listed as patrol commander, according to the City of Jenks website.

According to OSCN, a warrant was issued for Bennett's arrest Friday as he was charged with falsely obtaining money over $1,000.

Jenks Police officials tell 2 Works for You that they have no official statement as of right now, but they will release one Monday.

This is a developing story, so stay with 2 Works for You as more information becomes available.

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