Police have arrested the second suspect in a brutal home invasion where a 68-year-old woman was attacked and robbed. This after someone saw a news report and called police.
Police also arrested his accomplice over the weekend.
Police arrested Storm Michael Williams and a woman yet to be identified at a trailer house on South Meridian in Oklahoma City just after our report aired at 5 p.m. Monday.
Chadwick Earl Stone, 25, was booked into the Oklahoma County jail early Saturday morning and is being held here on $82,000 bond.
Monday morning, police released surveillance video of him and that unidentified woman at a Conoco gas station. Police say they were using one of the stolen credit cards that was taken in that brutal home invasion.
"In kicking in the door, the door struck the victim knocking her to the floor," said Captain Dexter Nelson with the Oklahoma City Police Department. "She lay on the floor for approximately 9 to 11 hours until she was able to drag herself to another room where she had a phone she could reach to call police."
In all, police say the thieves took the woman's TV, purse and checks and even stepped on her reading glasses so she couldn't identify them.
But luckily, someone did identify Stone, after police released a surveillance video last week. Neighbors in the area are relieved to hear he was arrested over the weekend.
"These guys don't deserve to be out," said Linda Mitchell, who lives just down the street from where the home invasion happened. "They not only burglarized her house but they assaulted the woman and really hurt her bad."
Turns out, Storm Michael Williams actually served time in prison. He was just released in August of last year after serving less than a year for grand larceny.