Police say a Broken Arrow woman admitted to using a stolen credit card at several Tulsa businesses earlier this month. They say 28-year-old Jordan Camargo told officers she needed to be arrested.
According to the arrest report, Camargo admitted she charged more than $2,000 on a credit card she stole out of a car on Monday, September 17th. Police say Camargo then used the credit card at a Fiesta Mart, Best Buy and Guitar Center in Tulsa.
Officers say security cameras got surveillance video of Camargo at two of the businesses and employees were also able to identity her.
Police and US Marshals tracked her down and recovered all the items they say Camargo bought. They also recovered the stolen credit card.
The report says Camargo admitted to buying a $1,100 laptop and nearly $900 worth of DJ equipment. It says Camargo told investigators she had been using drugs and needed to be arrested.
Jail records show she bonded out of the Tulsa County jail with a court appearance set for October 19th.