A robbery suspect tracked down and arrested Monday after being involved in two pursuits with authorities remains jailed on a $100,000 bond.

A robbery suspect tracked down and arrested Monday after being involved in two pursuits with authorities remains jailed on a $100,000 bond.

Police reports for incidents with the suspect, Hulbutta Kotcha Riley, 31, are revealing more details about this case, including how the victims of a robbery made a positive identification of the suspect from a photograph on Facebook. Formal charges have not yet been filed in this case.

Shawnee police on Sunday responded to home in the 2300 block of East Main where the armed burglary had just occurred.

The occupants of that home reported an unknown male, later identified as Riley, entered through the door and pointed a semi-automatic pistol at them.

The occupants said the suspect advised he just needed money and their cell phones, so they obliged and gave the suspect $80, their phones and a laptop computer.

Riley made several phone calls while inside their home, the report shows, and then left in a 2000s model sedan. The occupants gave a description of the suspect.

Police discovered Riley was posting things on Facebook that he would get money any way he could. Reports show police took a Facebook photo of Riley to the victims of the robbery, who identified him as the suspect.

Police Officer Michael Myers, who was working the case, later learned that Riley had been involved in two vehicle pursuits with authorities that same day — the first with Shawnee Police Sgt. Heath Streater involving another armed robbery — and the second pursuit involving a tribal unit and Pottawatomie County deputies. The latest pursuit had ended on River Road near the area of South Rock Creek, where law enforcement lost Riley when he fled on foot in the Canadian River.

Riley also managed to flee on foot from the other pursuit, which also sparked a grass fire.

A joint operation by local authorities to track down Riley led them to Midwest City on Monday, where members of the Shawnee COPs team, U.S. Marshals, the district attorney’s task force, Warrants Team Commander Chad Pope as well as Oklahoma City and Midwest City police units apprehended Riley at a residence.

Riley was arrested on complaints of first-degree robbery and eluding police.

Shawnee Police Chief Russell Frantz said police have recovered the firearm involved in the Shawnee robbery case and the suspect, during questioning by detectives on Monday, allegedly admitted involvement in the case.

Sheriff Mike Booth said local authorities, from tribal police and deputies, to members of the task force and Shawnee police, worked together as a team on this case. At the time of his arrest, Riley also had an outstanding warrant in Lincoln County for failure to register as a sex offender, court records show.

Once complete, all case reports for the incidents involving Riley will be turned over to the district attorney’s office for consideration of any formal charges.

Watch for updates.