A woman accused of planning and participating in an Oklahoma City home invasion and shooting death was arrested Tuesday.
The Oklahoma County sheriff's office's warrant team arrested Erica L. Bonner, 20, on a murder complaint.
This is the second arrest made in the death of Tiyrell Lomack, 30, who was found shot Sept. 16 in his cousin's house at 1133 SW 32.
Oklahoma City police arrested Cienna Doddles, 14, on complaints of murder, armed robbery with a dangerous weapon, burglary and kidnapping Sept. 21.
According to the arrest warrant, Doddles told police she was recruited by Bonner to go to Timothy Ford's house and make a purchase of cocaine so she could see where the cocaine and the money were kept.
Bonner told Doddles to distract Ford while Bonner and her two brothers entered the apartment. Doddles told police she went along with the robbery because she was told no one would be hurt, according to the warrant.
Ford told police that five minutes after Doddles and an unarmed black man came to his house, Bonner and two black men entered the house with a shotgun and a revolver. He was told to lie down on the floor.
Ford said Lomack got into a struggle with the man with the shotgun, and then the man with the revolver joined in the struggle, according to the warrant.
Ford told police he heard a “pop” noise come from the living room and heard people run down the stairs and out of his house.
Doddles said she confronted Bonner after the homicide and Bonner told her to keep her mouth shut or Bonner would have to “take her out,'” according to the warrant.
Bonner told Doddles she would leave town for a few weeks until things “cooled down.” Ford picked Bonner out of a photographic lineup Sept. 28, according to the warrant.
Bonner is being held without bail in the Oklahoma County jail.