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Police: Bloodied Suspect Broke Into Two Homes

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Tulsa police arrest a man accused of breaking into not one, but two homes.  

Police said 30-year-old Jason Manns first walked into an unlocked home in east Tulsa Monday evening.

The residents who live there heard him come in and warned him to leave, according to arrest documents.

Instead, he charged at one person who hit him with a plate seconds later.

The fight continued until another resident produced a handgun. Manns ran away from that home, but didn't go far.

A few doors down, he smashed a window and dove inside another woman's home.

Manns allegedly chased the lady who lives there all over the house and out onto the street.

Police arrived moments later and arrested him. His head and shirt covered with blood. Its unclear if he was injured by the plate attack or when he jumped through the window.

A bandaged-up Manns sits in the Tulsa County jail held on two complaints of 1st degree burglary and $40,000 dollars bond.

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