Oklahoma City police are investigating a report that two men with handguns entered a woman's vehicle and forced her to drive to her house in Bethany.
Ashley Ann Choate, 23, told police her boyfriend, Terrell Lawayne Sherfield, 29, normally lived with her, but an argument caused him to move out. Choate went to northwest Oklahoma City about 4:30 a.m. Saturday to try to speak with him, but another argument ensued, according to a police report released Monday.
She decided to leave and was sitting in her car when a man walked up to her door and pointed a handgun at her head, the report states. The robber told her, “Give me whatever you got,” took her phone and then entered the passenger seat, while another man holding a gun got in the back seat.
Choate said she didn't have anything else, and the men demanded she drive them to her home, the report said. The robbers had her unlock the front door and lie facedown on the living room couch while they ransacked the home. She later was moved to her bedroom.
A woman arrived about 10 minutes into the robbery and helped the men search through Choate's belongings, according to the report. The three robbers left the house with several items after 20 to 30 minutes. As they were leaving, they told Choate that her boyfriend set her up to be robbed, she said to police.
Choate filled out a crime report with Bethany police for the burglary but was told to contact Oklahoma City police to report the robbery, the report states.
She told police all of the robbers were black. She described the first man as about 18 years old, about 5 feet 6 inches tall with braids. She said the second man wore blue and orange clothing, and the woman had a small build and wore a white tank top and short black shorts.
Sherfield has been arrested 11 times by Oklahoma City police, Capt. Dexter Nelson said. Allegations against him include possession of marijuana, trespassing, embezzlement and domestic violence.
There have been no arrests in the home invasion, Nelson said Monday.