Warrant issued in larceny case

August 25, 2022 | Courts

NEWKIRK — A warrant is issued for Carlos Adolfo Roblez, 37, Ponca City, by the Kay County District Court.

Roblez is a felony charge of larceny from a building.

Kay County deputy Casey Jenkins reports in the affidavit that on April 26 he responded to a report of a larceny. A female reportedly told the deputy that she is an employee of Supported Community Lifestyles and that $400 came up missing from her purse.

She reportedly told Jenkins that her purse was in the employee’s office during her shift and that her coworker, Roblez, had access to the purse and that they were the only two employees on duty that day.

SCL staff checked for security footage but found that the footage was not recorded because of an error.

Jenkins located Roblez on June 14 at the Rose Stone Inn. Jenkins reports that Roblez exhibited symptoms of meth use including excessive sweating and speaking rapidly. Roblez reportedly told Jenkins that he was fired from SCL because he overslept. The deputy reportedly asked him about the stolen money and he acknowledged that he knew about the missing money but denied taking it. He admitted that he has a burglary conviction in California.

Jenkins reports that Roblez maintained a calm demeanor and never got upset. A warrant request was submitted and the charge was filed on Aug. 12. Bond is endorsed at $2,500.