Arrest made in Oklahoma home invasion shooting that killed three

The Associated Press - March 29, 2017 10:22 am

Police say they have arrested a woman suspected of driving the vehicle used by three men who were attempting to rob a home and were shot to death by the homeowner’s son.
Wagoner County Deputy Nick Mahoney said Tuesday that 21-year-old Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez of Oolagah was arrested on murder and burglary warrants after going to police and saying she had information about the shooting at a home just east of the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow.
Mahoney didn’t know if Rodriguez has an attorney.
Mahoney says the three were shot to death with an AR-15 rifle after breaking into the home Monday afternoon. Their names haven’t been released.
Mahoney said it appears the shooting was in self-defense and that brass knuckles and a knife were found in the dead men’s possession.

 

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