Police have arrested two people who allegedly forced their way into a Tulsa apartment unit and robbed a man at knifepoint Friday.
Paul Wayne Terry, 27, and Sonja Marie Moro, 30, are accused of robbery with a dangerous weapon. Terry was booked in the Tulsa Jail on $100,000 bail. Moro was booked on $50,000 bail.
The robbery occurred at a Tulsa apartment complex early Friday evening, according to an arrest report, which does not name the location.
The victim told police he heard knocking on his front door about 5 p.m. When he opened it, his ex-girlfriend and a man forced their way inside the apartment, the report states. The man, whom the victim described as having horns tattooed on his forehead, reportedly pulled out a knife and threatened to stab him if he didn’t hand over his money.
The apartment resident said he gave his wallet to the man, who then walked out of the apartment. The woman stayed behind and asked for additional money, according to the report. She fled after the victim said he was calling 911.
Police identified Terry, whose tattoos matched the description given by the victim, and Moro as the suspects in the robbery. They were arrested Saturday night without incident.
In June, Terry pleaded guilty to domestic assault and battery, malicious injury to property and interfering with an emergency telephone call, court records show. He was given three suspended one-year sentences, which were to run concurrently.
Kyle Hinchey 918-581-8451