SAPULPA, Okla. - One person is facing charges and another is wanted for questioning in connection with a shooting at a Sapulpa motel last Friday.
Brittany Carter, 18, was arrested Saturday for conspiracy to commit a crime and robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with a shooting at the Economy Inn motel that left two of her co-conspirators injured.
According to the affidavit, Carter admitted to police she and three men arranged to rob a man at the motel. During an interview with police, Carter said, "I set this up, I planned this," according to court documents.
Carter said she and Jose Cruz arranged to meet at the motel to have sex for money, but police say she told them she never intended to follow through with the deal.
Instead, Carter said she was "setting him up to take his money" so she could pay her rent.
The affidavit says Carter called Justin Marshall, LeeDell Jones and Eric Courtaway to help her with the robbery and they would split the money after they robbed Cruz.
All four met at the motel where they waited in the room, planning how they would rob Cruz. Carter said they all agreed on a code word so Marshall, Jones and Courtaway would know when to come out and rob Cruz.
According to the affidavit, Carter said after Cruz arrived, she gave the code word and the three men stepped out of the dark and pointed a gun directly at Cruz.
Police say Cruz, who has a concealed carry license, pulled his pistol and shot Jones and Marshall.
"We tried to get the slip on this dude but it went completely wrong," said Carter, according to the affidavit.
Court documents say Carter and Courtaway drove Marshall and Jones to a nearby hospital where both were rushed into surgery.
Carter was arrested Saturday and released on bond Tuesday. Courtaway is still wanted for questioning.
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