Victim Identifies Tulsa Woman in Strong Armed Robbery - KATV - Breaking News, Weather and Razorback Sports

Victim Identifies Tulsa Woman in Strong Armed Robbery

Posted: Updated:
Rachel Carr (Sheppard) Rachel Carr (Sheppard)

A 28-year-old Tulsa woman is behind bars Tuesday after she reportedly assaulted a woman and stole her belongings.

It happened on Friday just before 5 p.m. when Tulsa Police were dispatched to the area of 500 N. Cheyenne in reference to a strong armed robbery.

At the scene officers spoke to the victim who stated she was assaulted by three females, according to the police report.

She said one of females, later identified as Rachel Carr, stole her social security card, Sprint cellphone, house keys and Bank of Oklahoma debit card.

Carr, who also goes by Rachel Sheppard, was identified as the suspect on Jan. 7 after the victim identified her as the individual who attacked her last week.

She faces a first degree robbery by force/fear charge and is due in court next week.

Most Popular

Stories
Videos
loading...
  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • $30,000 worth of stolen sculptures from LR Riverfront Park are returned

    $30,000 worth of stolen sculptures from LR Riverfront Park are returned

    Sunday, August 31 2014 11:38 PM EDT2014-09-01 03:38:48 GMT
    $30,000 worth of sculptures stolen from downtown was mysteriously returned Sunday morning. A couple found the sculptures in a black garbage bag inside of the Little Rock Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden at Riverfront Park. The Sizzling sisters, First Glance, and Conversation with Myself were all donated to the sculpture garden.More >>
    $30,000 worth of sculptures stolen from downtown was mysteriously returned Sunday morning. A couple found the sculptures in a black garbage bag inside of the Little Rock Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden at Riverfront Park. The Sizzling sisters, First Glance, and Conversation with Myself were all donated to the sculpture garden.More >>
  • Metro Radar

    Metro Radar

  • "Lost Seal" from Civil War era returns to Saline County

    "Lost Seal" from Civil War era returns to Saline County

    Sunday, August 31 2014 11:39 PM EDT2014-09-01 03:39:19 GMT
    Saline County celebrated the return of it's “Lost Seal” by installing a historical civil war marker. The county hasn't had the seal since 1863 but it is now back in the counties possession.In 1996 Gary smith of Pine Bluff found discovered the seal with his metal detector in Grant County.More >>
    Saline County celebrated the return of it's “Lost Seal” by installing a historical civil war marker. The county hasn't had the seal since 1863 but it is now back in the counties possession.In 1996 Gary smith of Pine Bluff found discovered the seal with his metal detector in Grant County.More >>