Tulsa Woman Wanted For Murder In Home Invasion Death

Monday, June 16th 2014, 11:01 am
By: Dee Duren

Tulsa Police Department's Most Wanted suspect is a woman charged with murder, burglary and attempted armed robbery.

Gracie Nicole Jeffs is charged in connection to a shooting death that took place during a home invasion earlier this year. Police say she had been staying with a man at the Greens of Bedford apartment complex and helped set him up to be robbed.

When the renter was helping her move out, two other men forced their way into the apartment in an apparent robbery attempt, according to court records. Police believe Jeffs and the two men acted together in an attempt to rob the apartment renter.

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The renter shot and killed one of the two men, 43-year-old Michael Walton, in what police called a justified shooting.

The second man, Thomas Martin Debrosse, was also wounded. He was arrested in May near Duck Creek Casino.

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At the time of the shooting, Homicide Sergeant Dave Walker said Jeffs gave police an inconsistent story but that they did not have the evidence to arrest her in connection to the crimes. Court documents show that she was charged at the end of May, 2014.

There is a reward for information leading to the capture of Gracie Jeffs. She's described as 5'7" tall, 122 pounds with brown hair and eyes.

Call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS if you can help police find this week's Most Wanted.