A Tulsa woman who was wanted for being an accessory to murder, was arrested on Thursday. Just one day after commenting on a police department’s social media posts.
A news report from Oklahoma News 4 said the Tulsa Police Department posted to Facebook on Wednesday asking the public for information on Lorraine Graves. A woman police say was involved in a homicide investigation at an apartment complex in March. Graves decided to comment on the post asking about “reward money” for her capture.
Graves was arrested and charged with being an accessory to murder on Thursday morning. Graves is currently sitting in the Tulsa County Jail on a $500,000 bond. If convicted, Graves faces up to 45-years in prison for her role in the murder.