A violent home invasion sent a metro man to the hospital, but how the crime panned out is quite the story.
Spencer Police said there were several people involved including an innocent victim, the victim's girlfriend, who investigators said was secretly a willing participant the burglary, along with several men who carried the scheme.
The signs in the front yard aren't for looks, and thank goodness they're not, because they're just what police needed in this case and just what the young victim said he needed to find out his so-called girlfriend was anything but that. Security cameras caught her in the act of basically helping orchestrate a burglary at his house.
Police said Ladasha Taylor knew all about the masked men who beat and robbed her boyfriend. The assault was so bad it sent him to the hospital.
The victim is too scared to go on camera but said he was inside his bedroom when five men walked in, put a bag over his head, kicked him, bloodied his head and told him if he said a word the would kill him.
Court documents state the suspects hit him "in the head with the butt of his shotgun" and then stole the gun.
But that's not all the men took off with, they also stole four televisions, a PS4, an Xbox and even the victim's 1985 Monte Carlo as well as Taylor's car.
But early the next day police got a break in the case. Oklahoma City Police found Taylor and another man near the intersection of NE 63rd and Broadway Extension.
Taylor then led police on a wild goose chase, but then documents state police "got a call from the victim's father saying he had video burglary."
Police watched that video, and said it shows Taylor sitting calmly in the backseat of her car in the driveway as the suspects loaded the it down with valuables from inside the house.
Taylor bonded out of jail, but the case is still under investigation.