TULSA — Tulsa police arrest several people in connection to vandalism and inciting riots near 71st and Memorial.
On Monday and Tuesday night, police used pepper balls and tear gas in an attempt to disperse crowds in the area.
On Monday night, police arrested Terrell Mayfield and Landon Johnson for throwing rock at officers around 11 p.m. Keith Warren was also arrested by police and booking into the county jail for public intoxication, according to records.
RELATED STORY: Businesses near 71st and Memorial vandalized overnight
Later, around 1 a.m. on Monday, police arrested Richard Berumen for vandalizing the AutoZone in the area. Police say they witnessed Berumen slam a shopping cart into the locked doors, causing the glass to shatter. After a short chase, police arrested Berumen.
On Tuesday night, police arrested Derek High for inciting a riot and obstructing officers. TPD also arrested three others: Andrew O'Daniel, Joel Hamilton and Dylan High.
O'Daniel was arrested for inciting a riot and obstructing officers. Police arrested Hamilton for pointing a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm by minor, while police arrested Dylan High for obstructing officers.
Gov. Stitt deployed the National Guard aid Tulsa police.
On Monday, several businesses were vandalized overnight between 61st and 71st and Memorial including AutoZone, Baskin Robbins, TJ Maxx, GNC and Village Inn.
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