Police: Oklahoma woman allegedly carjacks disabled man, leaves him on ground for 6 hours

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TULSA, Okla. – A woman is behind bars after Tulsa police say she carjacked a disabled man at knife point this past weekend.

Police say the victim is paralyzed on one side as the result of stroke, and his disability made the alleged crime even worse.

According to FOX 23, the victim was getting ready to check on cattle when police say a stranger allegedly pushed him to the ground and held him at knife point.

Authorities allege that Roxana Jansen threw his cane away and then took off in his truck, leaving him without his cell phone.

The man’s son found him on the ground about six hours later and called police.

A short time later, Jansen was arrested in the victim’s truck.

She is facing complaints of robbery and possession of a stolen vehicle.

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