A woman Sand Springs Police reportedly suspect was involved in a robbery in Sand Springs was arrested recently in Tulsa.
Emily Anderson, 31, and another person allegedly robbed someone at an inn in the 1000 block of N. Garnett Road in Tulsa using pepper spray and fled the scene March 25, according to an incident report.
The victim told police he met Anderson via a cellphone app and offered to let her use his shower and stay in his place and she arrived shortly before midnight that night, according to a report.
The victim said she saw his motorcycle, asked if he was interested in selling it and called someone to come over, a report states.
Surveillance footage showed the victim and a suspect rolling the mini motorcycle outside, then the victim fell backward and the suspect continued to roll the motorcycle out of the complex, according to a report.
Surveillance footage also showed Anderson leaving the room with items the victim said were his, including phones, an Xbox and other items, a report states.
Sand Springs Police Capt. Todd Enzbrenner said Anderson is also suspected in an armed robbery in the 200 block of W. 43rd Street April 17 in which a woman knocked on a man’s door, followed by two men who approached—one carrying a gun—tied him up and took some items.
Anderson was arrested June 5 in Tulsa on a complaint of conjoint robbery.