All suspects arrested in Konawa home invasion

Ponca City Now - September 23, 2019 4:03 pm

Dustin Wood

WEWOKA, Okla. – All three suspects in a violent home invasion that occurred on Sept. 8 in Konawa are in custody. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, with assistance from the District 22 Task Force, Seminole County Sheriff’s Office and the Chickasaw Nation, arrested 23-year-old Dustin Wood on Sept. 19.

Sabrina Orr 

Autumn Jackson

Wood, 19-year-old Autumn Jackson and 23-year-old Sabrina Orr forced their way into a man’s residence in the 300 block of N. East Street in Konawa. The victim told investigators that two women and one man entered his house forcibly, beat him violently and took several items from his residence. The victim was taken to OU Medical in Oklahoma City where he was treated and released.

Wood is in the Seminole County Jail facing First Degree Burglary, First Degree Robbery, Aggravated Assault and Battery with a Deadly Weapon, Maiming and Conspiracy charges.

Jackson was arrested on Sept. 14. She is currently in the Seminole County Jail facing First Degree Burglary, First Degree Robbery, Aggravated Assault and Battery with a Deadly Weapon, Maiming and Conspiracy charges.

The third suspect, Sabrina Orr, was arrested on Sept. 16. She is also in the Seminole County Jail facing First Degree Burglary, First Degree Robbery, Aggravated Assault and Battery with a Deadly Weapon and Maiming charges.

Collin Wood

Rebecca Fixico

In the process of arresting Wood, his mother and brother were taken into custody. Collin Wood, 22, was arrested on outstanding warrants from Seminole County. Rebecca Fixico, 46, Dustin and Collin Wood’s mother, was arrested and taken to the Seminole County Jail. She faces Harboring a Fugitive and Possession of a Stolen Vehicle charges.

 

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