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Four Female Softball Players Catch Tulsa Man Breaking Into Their SUV

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Picture of Jonathon Ethriedge. [Tulsa County jail] Picture of Jonathon Ethriedge. [Tulsa County jail]
The four softball players who caught Jonathon Ethriedge. The four softball players who caught Jonathon Ethriedge.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

A Tulsa man picked the wrong SUV to burglarize early Friday morning.

Tulsa Police say four women leaving a south Tulsa bar took the law into their own hands and caught Jonathon Ethriedge inside their SUV.

The four college softball players were having a reunion of sorts at Baker's Street Pub near 71st and Memorial.

When they left the bar at around 12:30 a.m., two of them noticed someone in their SUV.

The man, 29-year-old Jonathon Ethriedge got out of the SUV and ran, but not before the four women caught up with him and held him on the ground until Tulsa Police could arrive.

Tulsa Police say Ethriedge is also suspected of taking a wallet and cell phone from a woman inside the bar.

Jonathon Ethriedge was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of larceny, burglary and public intoxication.

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