A felony arrest warrant has been filed against a Muldrow woman for her role in the July 13 burglary of a Gans property.
Irene Tamara Miller, 56, was charged Aug. 8 with knowingly concealing stolen property for allegedly helping two men sell items they had reportedly stolen from the Gans location.
A police report shows that George Erin Richardson and Andrew James Blackshere were arrested and charged with the crimes. The haul from their heist was worth more than $350,000, a sheriff’s deputy said.
Miller allegedly helped the men take the stolen items, mostly antique clocks and other antiques, to their Gans home. The three then took the loot to a swap meet in Spiro and sold it, reports show.
Richardson was arrested July 25 at his Gans residence, and a driver’s license check at the scene revealed that Miller was one of the property’s residents.
Blackshere remains jailed in the case. Richardson bonded out. Bond for Miller has been set at $5,000.
On July 26, deputies went to the Spiro flea market, where several people identified Miller, Richardson and Blackshere as being the ones who brought trailer loads of items to the sale.
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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