1 arrest, 1 on the run after woman dragged by getaway car

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Brandon Barlow

OKLAHOMA CITY — Police are still looking for a suspect  involved in the robbery of a woman’s purse at Home Depot on Tuesday, April 14.

Around 6:15 p.m., Stacie Scrivner said she was perusing around at plants in the lawn section of the store when a blue car pulled up.

A woman got out of the car, snagged Scrivner’s purse, and hopped back into the car.

Scrivner tried to jump into the passenger’s side of the blue car, and was dragged several feet by a male driver as she was trying to get her purse back, reports say.

Police say the suspect woman is described as a white female of medium build with blonde hair.

Scrivner tried to pull up the car’s location using the GPS on her phone, but the phone had been turned off.

Luckily, a witness was able to get the car’s tag number, and Scrivner’s credit card was used at a gas station in the 5000 block of N. Meridian.

Police were able to make an arrest on the alleged driver of the car, 22-year-old Brandon Barlow.


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