Police make arrest in violent home invasion

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Tavonne Payne

OKLAHOMA CITY – One of the four suspects allegedly involved in a violent home invasion earlier this week has been arrested.

Two women were inside a home near northwest 36th and Meridian around 2:30 a.m. Monday when four suspects allegedly broke in.

Police say one of the women was pistol whipped.

Both of the women told police they were locked in the closet during the alleged home invasion.

The women told police that they heard one of the suspects say, “let’s just kill these b****es, they ain’t got nothin.”

One of the women was able to call police for help.

A Honda Accord was stolen from the home, according to Oklahoma City Police.

The woman who was pistol whipped was taken to a local hospital. Officials said her injuries are non life threatening.

One of the women told police she recognized one of the suspects and was able to give them a description of the man.

Police arrested Tavonne Payne, 20, for the crime.

Police are still searching for the other suspects.

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