Tulsa Police Officer Arrested In Sting Operation, Accused Of Robbing HispanicsBrandi Ball, NewsOn6.com
Aug. 27, 2012
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According to a police report, an undercover sting was staged Friday evening by the two agencies, and TPD officer Marvin Blades Jr., 37, was arrested on a second-degree robbery complaint. Police said the investigation was "ongoing for several months," and Blades is suspected of targeting many Hispanics for traffic stops and stealing their money.
[...]The arrest report says Blades pulled over an OBN agent in an undercover vehicle about 10 p.m. on Friday in the 2800 block of North Lewis Avenue. Blades used his assigned TPD patrol car and pulled over the undercover agent and "was armed with a Glock .40-caliber pistol and was in the Tulsa Police uniform with badge," the report says.
When Blades approached the agent, he instructed the agent to leave his wallet in the seat and go to the back of the vehicle. Blades then went to the front of the vehicle, near the wallet, before allowing the agent to leave the traffic stop, investigators said.
When the undercover agent returned to the cab of his vehicle, he found six documented $100 bills missing from the wallet, according to the report.