Wanted woman caught after writing ‘where’s the reward money at’ on police post
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A woman wanted by police in Oklahoma was arrested after she took to Facebook and commented on the Tulsa Police department's 'Weekly Most Wanted' post which asked anyone if they knew of her whereabouts.
Lorraine Graves, 24, was wanted as an accessory to murder in the March homicide of 30-year-old Eric Graves.
It is unclear if the two are related in any way.
On Wednesday, Lorraine commented on the police's Facebook post by writing: "Where's the reward money at?"
Within 24 hours, she was arrested and charged by police, with her bond set at $500,000 (£363k).
On 13 March, Eric Graves was allegedly shot by two brothers – 19-year-old Jayden Hopson and 20-year-old Gabriel Hopson – in an apartment where police found over a dozen bullets, court documents state.
Another victim suffered a gunshot wound to his arm during the incident.
Before the fatal shooting took place, a CCTV video was recorded which showed the victim Eric Graves, the Hopson brothers, and an unidentified woman entering the apartment complex.
It was in this building that Graves was later shot to death, according to an affidavit obtained by Tulsaworld.com.
Shortly afterwards, the CCTV video captured the unknown woman and the two Hopson brothers leaving the apartment complex and going to a dumpster behind the building, "as though they were hiding something", the affidavit states.
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The victim, who was left wounded during the incident, told police in an interview that Jayden Hopson was upset about the unidentified woman liking Eric Graves.
They said they overhead the two brothers hatching a plan to ambush Mr Graves.
Tulsa Police have not released any further information about what Lorraine is accused of or her relationship to the victims or other suspects.
Jayden Hopson and Gabriel Hopson have already been arrested and charged with the murder of Eric Graves, according to Tulsa Police.
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