Suspects of home break in arrested

Ponca City Now - September 18, 2014 5:47 pm

Two suspects in the home invasion last month were taken into custody today, said Sherry Bowers, Ponca City Police Department Public Infomation officer. Frank David James, 26 was arrested first at his Ponca City home around 2 p.m. Then less than 10 minutes later Caselynn Ternet Poulson, 19 was taken into custody at Fifth and Grand Ave. when an officer initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle she was driving. Officers had developed probably cause to arrest her for possession of stolen property from the robbery.

Bowers said the 59-year-old victim, living in the 1400 block of N. Seventh reported on Aug. 20 that thee masked subjects forcibly entered his home and held him at gunpoint.

The charges listed on James’ warrant are conspiracy to commit a felony, robbery with a weapon, feloniously pointing and discharging a firearm and burglary in the first degree. Richard William Leterle, 23, who is also connected to the robbery faces the same charges as James. Leterle remains in the Kay County Detention Facility on non-related charges. Brandon Jesse Cords, 22 is also charged in connection with the robbery and currently housed at the KCDC on unrelated charges. Cords is facing charges of conspiracy to commit a felony, robbery with a weapon, feloniously pointing a firearm and burglary in the first degree. Tyler Leroy Trulelove, 18 faces the same charges as Cords. Trulelove remains in custody at he Ponca City Police Department on unrelated municipal charges.

Bowers said the investigation is continuing.


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