Tulsa Police Arrest Woman Driving Car Seen In Best Buy Surveillance Video
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police may have a big break in last weekend's deadly shootings at the Best Buy store on Skelly Drive.
Police have the car they were looking for and a woman in custody.
Tulsa Police arrested 30-year-old Shania Craven on two complaints of accessory to first-degree murder.
Detectives pulled over the driver near Denver Avenue and John Hope Franklin Boulevard late Wednesday night. Craven was driving the car, and after she was questioned, was booked into the Tulsa County jail.
The car Craven was driving, a dark-colored Chevrolet Malibu, had been sought by police after a review of Best Buy's surveillance footage.
In the videos, police said, the shooter was seen firing off shots in the parking lot before jumping into the getaway car.
Two men were killed in the shootings Saturday. Scott Norman, 34, who Tulsa Police say was the intended target, and 58-year-old Wesley Brown, who was inside the store shopping with his 10-year-old daughter.
Craven is being held without bond in the Tulsa County jail. She has a court appearance set for Thursday.
A fund has been set up for Brown's daughter at the Bank of Oklahoma.