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An Oklahoma woman brazenly commented on a police Facebook post last week asking for reward money as they sought her out on a warrant in relation to a man's killing, authorities said.
On Wednesday, the Tulsa Police Department posted that they were looking for Lorraine Graves, who was wanted on a charge of accessory to murder. Police allege that she has some connection to the fatal shooting of 30-year-old Eric Graves at an apartment complex in the city in March.
Wednesday’s post didn’t specifically mention any reward money. Nevertheless, Graves revealed herself by allegedly asking “'Where's the reward money at?” Her comment prompted plenty of online chatter.
The following day, police arrested Graves in North Tulsa. It’s not clear if her comment led directly to her arrest, and the Tulsa Police Department has not immediately responded to Oxygen.com’s request for comment.
Graves has since been handed an accessory to murder charge. Her bond is set at $500,000; it’s not clear as on Monday if she has a lawyer to speak on her behalf.
Brothers Jayden, 19, and Gabriel Hopson, 20, were arrested in March and charged with murder in connection with the March 13 killing, KTUL in Tulsa reported at the time. Thirty shell casings were found around Graves’ body. KOTV-TV reported in March that police believe that the shooting was about a love triangle.
"It appears to be mostly about a girl. It appears that there were people that were romantic rivals that decided to air it out with guns,” Lt. Brandon Watkins of the Tulsa Police homicide department told the outlet.
Another man was also injured during the shooting when he was shot in the arm.
It’s not exactly clear how Graves fit into the equation as of Monday.
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