TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa officers were not expecting to come across a rare species in the early morning hours of May 7th.
After an alarm went off at a medical marijuana dispensary on 11th and 169, officers reported to the scene observing a door wide open and flickering lights.
Tulsa authorities noticed a silhouette of some sort within the dispensary, moving ever so slightly.
After creating a perimeter around the premises, officers let their presence be known to the shadowy figure slithering around and asked the individual to come out into the light.
Did the suspect listen? No. Authorities had to go into the dispensary, of course.
Upon entering the building, officers spotted a human, posing as a chameleon, trying to camouflage himself with garbage.
The garbage didn’t quite do the job because TPD reported that the suspect, Jonathon Fisher, had one leg exposed for all to see.
Fisher was naturally taken into custody and JAILBIRDS is happy to report that he didn’t put up a fight.
Fisher was arrested for 2nd Degree Burglary After a Former Conviction of a Felony, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, and Obstruction / Interfering with a Police Officer.
(Source: Tulsa Police Department / Images: left – Tulsa County Jail / right: Tulsa Police Department)