Deputies arrest stolen vehicle suspect in Porter
On 11/04/2020 Wagoner County Deputies S. Parrish and E. Patrick were dispatched to the area of 1st and Hale Street in the City of Porter to check on a Tesla that had been abandoned in the intersection. Upon deputies arriving, contact was made with a white Tesla Model X that was parked stationary in the middle of the road and was unoccupied.
As deputies searched the area for clues, Wagoner County E911 Dispatch advised that the white Tesla Model X that was abandoned at the intersection of 1st and Hale was confirmed stolen out of Tulsa, Ok through the Tulsa Police Department. Wagoner County E-911 stated Tulsa Police Department advised the suspect was last seen wearing a dark colored shirt, blue jeans which were ripped on both knee areas as well as red shoes fixed with white shoelaces. In addition, the witness stated the suspect was wearing a blue surgical mask.
As both deputies continued to canvas the area for any subjects walking on foot, a passerby pulled up and advised that he had seen a black male wearing what he believed to be a blue shirt, medical mask and blue jeans that were ripped from the knee down on both legs leaving the vehicle walking towards the Porter Schools.
Deputies located an individual matching the description of the suspect at the Porter Country Store (Walker Five). Deputies observed a black male wearing a dark colored shirt, blue jeans which were ripped which on both knee areas as well as red shoes fixed with white shoelaces and a blue surgical mask. They made contact with the individual due to him matching the exact clothing description and being in the immediate area of the stolen vehicle. Upon completing the investigation, the male subject, identified at Roland Glikiah of Tulsa, OK was taken into custody and charged with Receive, Possess, Conceal Stolen Vehicle.
Roland Glikiah was transported to the Wagoner County Detention Center and was booked on his charges without further incident.