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Date: 01-14-2021

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United States of America v. Tyler Jonathan Martin

Case Number: 4:20-cr-00245-JED

Judge: John E. Dowdell

Court: United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma (Tulsa County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: United States District Attorney’s Office, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Description: Tulsa, Oklahoma robbery in Indian country criminal defense lawyer represented Tyler Jonathan Martin, 28, of Tulsa, who carjacked a woman by pulling her from her car and stealing it on July 7, 2019.

“When his efforts to verbally intimidate an elderly woman were unsuccessful, Tyler Martin used physical violence to push her to the ground and steal her truck from a Walmart parking lot,” said U.S. Attorney Trent Shores. “I’m thankful the victim is okay now and commend the FBI, Tulsa Police Department, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin Fletcher for their collaborative efforts.”

In his plea agreement, Martin admitted that on July 7, 2019 he used force, violence, and intimidation to take a Ford F-150 from the victim. Martin stated that he approached the victim in a Walmart parking lot and demanded that she give him the keys to her truck. When the victim refused, Martin admitted to pulling her from the truck and pushing her to the ground. When the keys fell to the ground, Martin grabbed the keys and drove off, knowing that the victim had sustained injuries from his actions.

The FBI and the Tulsa Police Department conducted the investigation. Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin C. Fletcher is prosecuting the case. AUSA Fletcher is a prosecutor from the Northern District of Iowa. He volunteered to assist prosecution efforts here in the Northern District of Oklahoma due to the increased volume of cases since the Supreme Court’s ruling which stated the Creek Nation Reservation had never been officially disestablished by Congress. The United States and the Muscogee (Creek) Nation have jurisdiction of all cases that occur on the reservation involving Native American victims or defendants.

18:1151, 1153, and 2111-Robbery in Indian Country

Outcome: Defendant pleaded guilty.

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