Tulsa Police arrested a murder suspect on multiple complaints Sunday after they found her hiding inside a bed frame at a Tulsa motel while working another call, according to the TPD. Police also found methamphetamine and marijuana inside the bed frame, police said.
Police arrested Rhema Cannon, 25, who was wanted in connection with a Rogers County shooting death of a man in August, according to police.
Cannon and the other suspects in the Rogers County murder have connections to the Irish Mob, police said.
Police arrested three others in September for the murder, as well Tulsa homicides.
Police were at the Rest Inn motel at 7475 E. Admiral Place investigating a failure to appear warrant of a suspect named Chance Pruett when they discovered Cannon in the room and arrested her, TPD said.
Police were clearing the motel room and found Cannon hiding inside the bed frame with the drugs and recognized her as a suspect in a Rogers County homicide, police said.
A stolen Lexus SUV was discovered in the parking lot and was linked to Cannon by reviewing surveillance video at the motel, TPD said.
She was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, drugs possession, a Creek County warrant and the Rogers County first-degree murder warrant, according to police.
Police also arrested Pruett for the failure to appear warrant, and they arrested George Barrows for drugs possession and harboring a fugitive, police said.