EDMOND, Oklahoma - Edmond police say a young woman lured a victim out of a house while her two accomplices broke in the back door.

Police received a call from the victim around 10:30 p.m. Monday night. He said Olivia Daukei, 18, came to his house in the 2100 block of Henderson to visit. He said as she left, she led him out the front door. Police said while the victim was outside, 18-year-old Chris Carter and a 17-year-old juvenile entered through the back door.

Police said when the victim returned to the house, Carter and the juvenile beat him with a pistol and robbed him. After they left, the victim called police.

Police located the suspects and obtained a search warrant. During a search, they found several of the victim's stolen items.

Police arrested Daukei, Carter and the juvenile. Carter and the juvenile were booked into the Oklahoma County jail on counts of armed robbery, larceny from a residence, and assault with a dangerous weapon. Daukei was booked on suspicion of armed robbery.


The victim was treated at a hospital and released.