Third Brother Implicated In Southwest OKC Home Invasion
OKLAHOMA CITY -
Police are looking for a third brother implicated in a weekend home invasion in south Oklahoma City.
According to court documents, around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 4, four to six suspects kicked in the door of an apartment at 1310 West I-240 Service Rd. claiming to be police officers and DEA agents.
The suspects ordered the people inside the apartment to get on the ground while they bound their hands with zip ties. The suspects demanded money and guns.
The victims say the men were wearing black T-shirts with "DEA" and "OCPD" printed on them. They had their faces painted black and some were armed with what the victims believed to be real guns.
Charles Enoch, 27, and Zachary Enoch, 19, were arrested at the scene of the burglary. They later confessed to police that another suspect involved was their brother, 22-year-old Tyler Enoch. A third suspect, Sandra Hopkins, 49, was also arrested at the scene.
Police are looking for Tyler, who's described as being 6'1" tall, 160 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes.
The police report did not indicate exactly how many other suspects were involved or if anyone else had been arrested.
They are facing multiple charges including impersonating an officer, burglary, kidnapping and robbery with a dangerous weapon.