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Two Arrested In Connection With Stolen Trailer In Oklahoma City

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Mug shots of Elizabeth Kay Anderson and Perry Wayne Cox. Mug shots of Elizabeth Kay Anderson and Perry Wayne Cox.
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Police arrested two people on Wednesday in connection with a stolen trailer in Oklahoma City.

According to police, officers responded to the report of a stolen trailer at the A-Tech Paving Company. Officials with the company said their trailer had been stolen at about 4 a.m. on Monday.

An employee was able to locate the trailer in the 1800 block of N.W. 37th Street. When officers arrived at that location, the suspects, later identified as 51-year-old Perry Wayne Cox and 25-year-old Elizabeth Kay Anderson, were seen coming out of a backyard apartment behind a home. However, they did not open the front door when the officers asked them to.

According to police, officers noticed another vehicle stolen from Del City in the driveway of the home. Several tags from other vehicles were also recovered from the scene.

After obtaining a search warrant, an officer kicked in the front door of the home. Cox was found hiding in the attic. Anderson, however, attempted to run away from officers, but she was also taken into custody.

Both Cox and Anderson were arrested on several charges, including receiving/concealing stolen property, possession of stolen vehicle, and possession of drug paraphernalia. They were both transported to the Oklahoma County Jail.

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