“Where’s my reward?” Woman wanted in murder charge after commenting on Tulsa Police Department’s Most Wanted Facebook Post
- Lorraine Graves, 24, was arrested Thursday after commenting on the Tulsa Police Department’s most wanted Facebook post about her
- She was charged with complicity in the murder of Eric Graves in March
- Tulsa police have not said what Lorraine is accused of or if she is related to the victim
- The alleged gunmen – Gabriel and Jaydon Hopson (brothers) – were already in custody and their criminal cases are still pending
A woman wanted in connection with a March murder in Oklahoma was arrested after she commented on the police’s “Weekly Most Wanted” post asking if anyone knew where she was.
Tulsa Police had filed a request for information about Lorraine Graves, 24, who was wanted as an accomplice in the murder of Eric Graves, 30. It is unclear if the two are related in any way.
On Wednesday, Lorraine responded to the police station by asking, “Where’s the reward money?”
She was arrested and charged within 24 hours. Bond was set at $500,000.
Lorraine Graves was arrested a day after she commented on the police’s Facebook post about her
Lorraine Graves’ mugshot after being processed on Thursday donderdag
The Tulsa Police Department’s Facebook post on Friday announcing the arrest
Lorraine Graves Responds to Tulsa Police’s Facebook Post About Her
Eric Graves was gunned down in an apartment on March 13, allegedly by two brothers – 19-year-old Jayden Hopson and 20-year-old Gabriel Hopson.
According to court documents, the police found more than a dozen bullets in the apartment.
Another victim suffered a gunshot wound to his arm.
Before the shooting, the Hopson brothers, Eric Graves and an unidentified woman were recorded entering the apartment complex where Eric Graves was later shot, according to an affidavit obtained by Tulsaworld.com.
Not long after, the video catches the Hopson brothers and the woman leaving and going to a dumpster behind the complex, “as if they were hiding something,” the affidavit said.
In a police interview, the injured victim is said to have told officers that Jayden Hopson was angry that the unidentified woman in the video liked Eric Graves, and learned of Hopson’s plan to ambush Eric Graves, according to Tulsaworld. com.
Tulsa police have not released any other information about what Lorraine is accused of, or her relationship with the victims or the other suspects.
Jayden Hopson and Gabriel Hopson have already been arrested and charged with murder, Tulsa police say.
DailyMail.com called the Tulsa Police Department for further comment.
Gabriel (left) and Jaydon (right) Hopson, brothers, were already in custody and charged with murdering Eric Graves in March
Eric Graves was gunned down in a Tulsa apartment in March