Coweta Burglary Victim Leads Law Enforcement To Suspects

Thursday, December 18th 2014, 7:03 am
By: News On 6

Wagoner County deputies arrested two people after a homeowner spotted the pair leaving his home with his property Thursday. 

Deputies said incident began when the man arrived home in the 40000 block of East 161st Street South near Coweta. When he saw the man and woman leaving his home with stolen property, he started following them and called authorities. 

While deputies were en route, Broken Arrow Police located the suspects' vehicle and arrested the two people inside. The sheriff's office identified them as Monique Anderson, 24, of Haskell and Sloan Simms, 22, of Tulsa.

Deputies booked Anderson and Simms into the Wagoner County jail on second-degree burglary complaints. 

The sheriff's office said all the items taken in the burglary were recovered.

The sheriff's office also needs help identifying another burglary suspect.

The burglary happened Wednesday at a home just east of Coweta, in the Highway 51 and Muskogee Turnpike area of Wagoner County.

Investigators say the suspect was driving a silver or gray, smaller sport utility vehicle.

If you know the man in the attached photo, call the Wagoner County tip line at 918-485-7799.