Police made another arrest Monday in connection with the armed robberies of TU students last month.
Camilla Robinson, 18, was arrested and charged with two counts of robbery with a firearm and one count of unauthorized use of a credit or debit card.
Patrick Sisco, 18, and Demarco Morris, 20, were arrested on January 29, and are both also charged with robbery with a firearm and second degree burglary.
Court records show Robinson used the credit card of one of the robbery victims at a south Tulsa Walmart, on January 17, the night the robberies occurred.
Records state that Robinson identified Sisco and Morris to detectives as the suspects from the robberies, and both were later identified by the victims. Robinson also told police she had driven both Morris and Sisco to a home in east Tulsa the day before the robberies and that they burglarized the home, stealing a TV.
Charges were filed against Robinson on February 14, and she was arrested Monday. She was booked into Tulsa County jail in lieu of $100,000 bond.
Robinson is due in court on March 4, while Sisco and Morris are scheduled for a March 8 court date.